26 April, 2018 – Changes in Arctic currents today appear to reflect similar changes thousands of years ago – in the North Pacific. Scientists think they may be linked.
25 April, 2018 – US scientists have good news about prospects for coral survival on one of the world’s great reefs, threatened by climate change.
24 April, 2018 – It’s known as the Emerald Isle, but Ireland’s household pollution means the country’s homes emit more carbon than any other EU member.
23 April, 2018 – The northern ocean is abuzz with life, but the composition of those high Arctic species is changing as the world gets warmer.
20 April, 2018 – Fears that the supply of cocoa beans would dry up have led a confectionery giant to help farmers avert a climate chocolate threat.
19 April, 2018 – Astrobiology, the search for alien life, has a lesson for us here on Earth: our hope for a long-lived civilisation may not be sustainable.
18 April, 2018 – To attain the internationally-agreed global warming limit, a clean energy spurt delivering six times more renewables than today is vital, analysts say.
17 April, 2018 – The links between rock, rainfall and climate control may need revision. Another look at erosion in Taiwan reveals a new set of greenhouse gas sources.
16 April, 2018 – America’s arid West is growing bigger. The dry zone of the US is spreading eastwards, thanks to climate change.
13 April, 2018 – With the highest efficiency standards, countries can cut household carbon emissions at no cost to consumers – and achieve the UN’s climate goals.
12 April, 2018 – The North Atlantic currents which help to warm north-west Europe have slowed significantly since the last century, scientists confirm.