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.
30 March, 2018 – Sorry we haven’t been available for a few days. We’ll be back very soon.
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.
15 March, 2018 – With Cape Town’s water crisis so bad that its taps may soon run dry, Capetonians are working together to avert a shared disaster.
9 March, 2018: Sorry we haven’t been available for a few days. We’ll be back very soon.
19 February, 2018 – Cricket, one sport with a devoted following in the United Kingdom, faces a doubtful future as the climate changes.
16 February, 2018 – To achieve a fairer world, humans must think again about how they manage the only planet at their disposal.
1 February, 2018 – Climate effects strike US military installations today, a Pentagon study finds, despite White House failure to recognise any threat.
26 January, 2018 – The Doomsday Clock, a measure by scientists of the risk to global survival, now says the danger is the greatest since 1953.
9 January, 2018 – With water, light and waste metal, you can turn greenhouse gases into rock. With light, you can turn water into hydrogen, a useable fuel.
29 November, 2017 – When the heat is on, ground shrinkage means subsiding soils. Sustained drought could cause structural problems in parts of Spain.