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Firemen battle with the flames in Kalamos 2017.

Explainer: How climate change is affecting wildfires around the world

This year has seen unprecedented wildfires cause havoc across the world. Australia recently battled its largest bushfire on record, while parts of th... Read More

Explainers | Jul 14. 2020.
Icy landscape, pack ice, Weddell Sea, Antarctica.

Explainer: How the rise and fall of CO2 levels influenced the ice ages

The Earth’s climate has been quite stable over the past 11,000 years, playing an important role in the development of human civilisation.  ... Read More

Ice | Jul 2. 2020.
Visualisation using NASA's MERRA dataset to model the jet stream over North America, between June and July, 1988. Credit: Science History Images / Alamy Stock Photo. T81PF2

Jet stream: Is climate change causing more ‘blocking’ weather events?

The past few months have seen some remarkable weather, from the UK’s sunniest spring on record to Siberia’s dramatic heatwave and “zombie wildf... Read More

Extreme weather | Jun 12. 2020.
Drought In Hilapgwa Valley, Zambia. Credit: Art Directors & TRIP / Alamy Stock Photo

Q&A: Could climate change and biodiversity loss raise the risk of pandemics?

Across the world, millions of people have tested positive for Covid-19 – and countless more have seen their lifestyles completely transformed as a ... Read More

Public health | May 15. 2020.
Sunlight streaming through the trees at Dinas Forest, timber plantation, Ponterwyd, Ceredigion Wales UK

In-depth Q&A: How will tree planting help the UK meet its climate goals?

The UK has just three decades to reach net-zero emissions and tree planting has emerged as a prominent part of the government’s plan to get there. ... Read More

Explainers | Mar 18. 2020.
A desert locust swarm in Ololokwe, Kenya, 22 January 2020. Credit: FAO/Sven Torfinn.

Q&A: Are the 2019-20 locust swarms linked to climate change?

The past few months have seen locust swarms as large as entire cities sweep across countries in East Africa and surrounding regions. With each ins... Read More

Explainers | Mar 10. 2020.

Explainer: Nine ‘tipping points’ that could be triggered by climate change

The persistent march of a warming climate is seen across a multitude of continuous, incremental changes. CO2 levels in the atmosphere. Ocean heat con... Read More

Tipping points | Feb 10. 2020.
Image mosaic of Arctic storm. (Credit: NASA/Goddard/MODIS Rapid Response Team)

In-depth: Understanding the impacts of changing Arctic storms

For ships sailing close to the north pole, few events pose bigger risks than an Arctic storm.  Arctic storms can unleash extremely high wind... Read More

Storms | Jan 13. 2020.
Computer cabinets located in the German Climate Computing Centre which form the supercomputer "Mistral". Credit: Felix König/dpa/Alamy Live News

CMIP6: the next generation of climate models explained

Climate models are one of the primary means for scientists to understand how the climate has changed in the past and may change in the future. These ... Read More

Climate modelling | Dec 2. 2019.

In-depth Q&A: How ‘Article 6’ carbon markets could ‘make or break’ the Paris Agreement

Update 23/12/2019: At the COP25 climate summit in Madrid in December 2019 and despite considerable progress, negotiators were unable to agree the rul... Read More

Explainers | Nov 29. 2019.
Wind farm in Jaisalmer, India. Credit: Prisma by Dukas Presseagentur GmbH / Alamy Stock Photo. DY917K

Analysis: India’s CO2 emissions growth poised to slow sharply in 2019

In the first eight months of 2019, growth in India’s CO2 emissions slowed down sharply, putting the country on track to its lowest annual increase i... Read More

Rest of world emissions | Oct 24. 2019.
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