5 February, 2018 – The risk of flooding to millions more people in Asia, Europe and North America will rise, demanding climate adaptation for a warmer world.
31 January, 2018 – Using atmospheric aerosols to cut global warming is widely condemned as dangerous. It might be even more dangerous to start it and then stop.
30 January, 2018 – Central and western Europe can expect a substantially higher flood risk in the future, even with ambitious cuts in temperature.
22 January, 2018 – Planting more urban forests is a simple way not only to improve the health of a city’s people, but to make them wealthier too.
19 January, 2018 – Global warming took surface temperatures in 2017 to near-record levels, while the upper oceans reached their hottest known level.
15 January, 2018 – Many cities which endure cold winters are adapting district heating schemes to keep people warm without the use of fossil fuels.
11 January, 2018 – Before his election President Trump promised a new age of US coal. But so far the industry’s gains look temporary, and its future remains bleak.
27 December, 2017 – Here’s a paradox: in one of the world’s sunniest countries, the Brazilian government remains lukewarm about its solar power potential, despite its plummeting costs.
24 December, 2017 – It’s not just the extreme temperature a heatwave brings that’s the problem, but the humidity from its burden of water vapour.
21 December, 2017 – Immigration, already a highly controversial topic in Europe, is set to grow as many more climate refugees head for the continent.
19 November, 2017 – The new US national defence strategy appears to leave President Trump in two minds on the risk from climate’s security threat.