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.
12 April, 2018 – The North Atlantic currents which help to warm north-west Europe have slowed significantly since the last century, scientists confirm.
9 April, 2018 – Marine pollution from ships’ engines is adding significantly to greenhouse gas emissions, and is growing. But global pressure for change is growing too.
6 April, 2018 – The world must urgently agree controls on solar geoengineering to weigh up its possible risks and benefits before deciding to go ahead, one expert says.
31 March, 2018 – A key source of a powerful greenhouse gas, methane emissions from permafrost, is producing much more than realised, scientists report.
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20 March, 2018 – Climate refugees, people fleeing climate change’s impacts by moving to new homes, may number over 140 million by 2050, the World Bank reports.
14 March, 2018 – A UN forest project is fuelling conflict over land, threatening local people and failing to slow deforestation, researchers say.
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6 February, 2018 – The recovery of the damaged ozone layer which protects life on Earth from harmful solar radiation is no longer happening worldwide.
1 February, 2018 – Climate effects strike US military installations today, a Pentagon study finds, despite White House failure to recognise any threat.