12 July, 2018 – China’s falling emissions of greenhouse gases offer optimism that moves to curb global temperature rise may be starting to work.
22 June, 2018 – Some climate change research is enlightening, some alarming, some baffling – and some, on soccer and sausages, might seem a little bizarre.
13 June, 2018 – Rising sea levels and recurrent floods mean more homeless Bangladeshis, with unpredictably changing rainfall patterns compounding their plight.
29 May, 2018 – Summer is the worst time for many allergies that make noses run and sufferers feel below par. They’re causing widespread misery just now.
7 May, 2018 – China’s energy policy seems perplexing: coal use reductions at home, while abroad it is helping to build coal-fired power plants.
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.
31 March, 2018 – Despite ambitious efforts to cope with the effects of water shortage and climate change, Morocco faces a dauntingly dry century.
5 March, 2018 – Investments are falling and jobs vanishing in the US solar industry, with new tariffs on imports blamed for its problems.
19 February, 2018 – Cricket, one sport with a devoted following in the United Kingdom, faces a doubtful future as the climate changes.
8 February, 2018 – Big business says it’s leading the world to a sustainable future. But its critics say that’s a highly implausible claim.
17 January, 2018 – Until the world makes polluters pay for the damage they cause, market failure like climate change will increase the environmental risks we all face.