7 January, 2019 − Under the ice, and deep in the soil, carbon stores maintain a lively traffic. Researchers are teasing out the complexities of greenhouse gases and global warming.
4 January, 2019 − A British study says consumers must be able to make sustainable choices more easily on products containing palm oil.
3 January, 2019 – Forests help to moderate climate change, which can itself affect forest health. Researchers still puzzle over how the canopy affects the global carbon exchange.
2 January, 2019 – As the Earth warms humans will reach for the air conditioning, meaning more electricity demand and higher household bills in China’s cities.
1 January, 2019 − Permafrost thaw and retreating Arctic ice don’t just imperil caribou and bears. People, too, may find the ground shifts beneath their feet.
31 December, 2018 − Yet again, scientists have studied the deep past to find warning of a dangerous future: the reversal of a 50-million-year cooling trend.
LONDON, 24 December 2018 The Climate News Network is taking a short break: we shall not be publishing anything more from today until next Monday, 31 December. Whether you’re celebrating a religious festival or just having a rest from the daily round, we wish you a happy break. Thank you for supporting us this year. We wish you the very best for 2019. The Editors
24 December, 2018 – 24 December, 2018 – The mass annihilation that was the Permian era die-off has lessons for climate science today. They’re not encouraging.
21 December, 2018 – It is life, but not as we know it. Ultra-deep lifeforms seem to exist on a colossal scale, invisible, silent and at great depth.
20 December, 2018 – The global water supply is dwindling, even though rainfall is heavier. Once again, climate change is to blame.
19 December, 2018 − Claims of a global warming ‘pause’ in observed temperatures early this century are unfounded and lack statistical significance, researchers say.