31 July, 2017 – The fossil fuel subsidies paid to the industry that exploits them is a fraction of their cost to people’s health in the rich world.
22 July, 2017 – As the heat rises, output flags. European scientists have measured every second of a working day as the vineyard heat hits grape pickers.
17 July, 2017 – The growing popularity of electric cars leads one major European manufacturer to a sharp cut in fossil fuel-driven vehicle production.
30 June, 2017 – Where can the climate refugees go, if 2 billion are driven away by rising tides, and the interior available becomes ever more inhospitable?
25 June, 2017 – Organic farming does not always benefit the environment in the ways people expect, and may not avert climate change effects, scientists say.
23 June, 2017 – In a warming world new opportunities open up for disease-bearing mosquitoes, spreading Ethiopia’s malaria zone to higher altitudes.
20 June, 2017 – Without drastic action to cut greenhouse gas emissions, potentially lethal heatwaves will threaten most people by the century’s end.
14 June, 2017 – As average summer temperatures rise in the tropics, so do the risks of mass death from killer heatwaves, climate scientists find.
12 June, 2017 – Buildings which heat and cool themselves – passive housing – save householders money by making big fuel economies and cut greenhouse gas emissions.
1 June, 2017 – Many city dwellers face a hotter future than their suburban and rural peers because the urban heat island effect can double city temperature increases.
23 May, 2017 – From the Himalayas to Switzerland, the world’s glaciers are melting – threatening vital water supplies and increasing the risk of sea level rise.