23 February, 2018 – Millions of people in Asia and Europe can expect fiercer heat extremes, even if the world makes promised emissions cuts.
16 January, 2018 – Coral reefs have always lived near the edge. Now, thanks to global warming, life there is five times more precarious.
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.
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.
8 December, 2017 – A hotter world could be on the way, unless nations act. That’s because the gloomiest predictions may not have been gloomy enough.
7 December, 2017 – Shareholder intervention has helped to produce Shell’s green plan, a way to cut the energy giant’s climate impact. But questions remain.
28 November, 2017 – The puzzle of the warming pause that stopped continues to perplex. Scientists now think the global climate hiatus never started anyway.
22 November, 2017 – City trees are responding to climate change and urban growth, making the most of the heat island effect.
20 November, 2017 – Hurricane Harvey caused devastation when it hit Houston. The likelihood of further Harvey-sized hurricanes hitting Texas is rising.
18 November, 2017 – The Bonn climate talks end after two weeks of preparation for the crucial round next year to agree more stringent action.