18 September, 2018 – Triumph or catastrophe? Where will China’s climate path lead us all? So far there are both hopeful moves and warning signs, a new book says.
17 September, 2018 – There may indeed be abundant fish in the sea – but only if nations confront overfishing and limit global warming.
14 September, 2018 – New ways of digging the dirt could both deliver more food and slow climate change. And farmers in the developing world are making a difference.
13 September, 2018 – Higher temperatures mean hungrier insects. And that will mean more crop losses. The question is: who loses most?
12 September, 2018 – All the electricity the world needs can come from clean energy, reliably and throughout the year, British researchers say, at any time of day or night.
11 September, 2018 – Biofuels are no easy answer to climate change. Nor is storing captured carbon dioxide. The world’s great forests cut warming better than engineered solutions can.
10 September, 2018 – Carbon removal from the atmosphere cannot match reducing emissions of greenhouse gases as a way of slowing global warming, US analysts say.
7 September, 2018 – Humans could be about to trigger a huge vegetation change and disrupt their own environment. It has happened before, but this time it is happening fast.
6 September, 2018 – Airborne potable water straight from the atmosphere could provide a lifeline for arid regions, with the use of commonly available chemicals.
5 September, 2018 – Higher carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere don’t just mean a warmer world: they could also mean both shrunken harvests and a less nourishing diet.
4 September, 2018 – Called the Emerald Isle for its natural beauty, Ireland’s rising greenhouse gas emissions are earning it a grimmer reputation as Europe’s climate laggard.