This year is shaping up to be the second warmest on record for most surface temperature datasets, behind only the super-El Niño year of 2016. This is... Read More
Dr Saffron O'Neill is an associate professor in geography at the University of Exeter. Between 2012 and 2017 she held an Economic and Social Research... Read More
Peter Pfleiderer is a researcher at Humboldt University in Berlin and a research analyst at Climate Analytics. Dr Kai Kornhuber is postdoctoral... Read More
The run of unprecedented temperatures in July – which sent records tumbling in the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany – would have been... Read More
Dr Thomas Smith is assistant professor in environmental geography in the Department of Geography & Environment at the London School of Economics. ... Read More
The record-breaking heatwave that struck France last week was made at “least five times more likely” by climate change, according to a new... Read More
Dr Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, Dr Gabriel Vecchi, Dr Flavio Lehner, Dr Friederike Otto, Dr Karsten Haustein, Dr Claudia Tebaldi, Dr Maarten van Aalst... Read More
More than half of the world could see new temperature records set in every single year by the end of the century if global warming is not curbed, a... Read More
Last summer’s unprecedented northern-hemisphere heatwave “could not have occurred without human-induced climate change”, a new study concludes. ... Read More
Holding global temperature rise to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels, rather than 2C or 3C, could help prevent thousands of deaths in US cities during... Read More
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