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.
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.
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.
5 April, 2018 – Climate change means the Sahara’s spread is growing, displacing millions. And North Africa’s pattern of atmospheric change could affect other regions.
3 April, 2018 – Half a degree Celsius doesn’t sound like much, but for the Arctic ice it could make a world of difference.
31 March, 2018 – A key source of a powerful greenhouse gas, methane emissions from permafrost, is producing much more than realised, scientists report.
31 March, 2018 – Despite ambitious efforts to cope with the effects of water shortage and climate change, Morocco faces a dauntingly dry century.
21 March, 2018 – Runaway climate change will alter the pattern of ocean productivity and circulation and play perhaps irreversible havoc with fish catches.