climate

Why some countries lead – and others lag – in the race to clean energy: Study

A new analysis published in the journal Science explores the politics that influence some countries to adopt cleaner sources of…

2 months ago

Climate Endgame

Potential for global heating to end humanity 'dangerously underexplored'. Global heating could become “catastrophic” for humanity if temperature rises are worse…

3 months ago

Accelerate energy transition to avoid collapse

The FINANCIAL -- According to London Business School, the G7 is set to allow exceptional public financing of overseas fossil…

5 months ago

A New Study Shows How the Ancient World Adapted to Climate Change

The FINANCIAL -- A new study of the ancient world of Anatolia – now Turkey – shows how they adapted to…

5 months ago

Rainforest trees may have been dying faster since the 1980s

The FINANCIAL -- Tropical trees in Australia’s rainforests have been dying at double the previous rate since the 1980s, seemingly…

6 months ago

Having access to water is increasingly a matter of survival in conflict zones

The FINANCIAL -- Access to drinking water is a major problem around the world. The situation has grown worse for…

8 months ago

European power companies face €114 billion ‘debt trap’ if they delay climate action

The FINANCIAL -- An Oxford University and University College Cork study today reveals the scale of the challenge facing large…

1 year ago

Vital role for private sector in financing climate resilience

The FINANCIAL -- The warning could hardly have been starker: “Climate change is widespread, rapid, and intensifying, and some trends…

1 year ago

The IPCC Climate Report is a Stark Warning

The FINANCIAL -- The UN’s International Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) issued the first part of their sixth assessment report…

1 year ago

No doubt about climate change:Oxford Climate Scientists

British Reporter -- Leading Oxford climate scientists today insisted there can be no doubt that human-driven climate change is a fact…

1 year ago

Minority Communities Suffer More From Extreme Heat in U.S.

Low-income neighborhoods and communities with higher Black, Hispanic and Asian populations experience significantly more urban heat than wealthier and predominantly…

1 year ago

World Bank Group Increases Support for Climate Action in Developing Countries

The FINANCIAL --  The World Bank Group today announced its new Climate Change Action Plan that aims to deliver record…

1 year ago

The world at our feet: Reflections on Earth and its prospects

The FINANCIAL -- Humans have known for a long time that there was more than the earth beneath our feet—that there…

1 year ago

Major floods increased in temperate climates but decreased elsewhere: Oxford study

The FINANCIAL -- Severe river floods are escalating in temperate climates and putting at risk populations, livelihoods and property, according…

2 years ago

500 hectare planting boost for England’s Community Forests

The FINANCIA L-- New £12.1 million fund to plant over 500 hectares of trees in ten Community Forests over the…

2 years ago