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Representatives from Fiji perform a traditional ceremony, known as the Qaloqalovi, to open the meeting.

COP23: Key outcomes agreed at the UN climate talks in Bonn

Climate change was again placed at the centre of global diplomacy over the past two weeks as diplomats and ministers gathered in Bonn, Germany, for... Read More

COP23 Bonn | Nov 19. 2017.
AEH63G Mali Gao, Sandstorm over city, during drought of 1984, 1985

Unregulated solar geoengineering could spark droughts and hurricanes, study warns

Artificially cooling the planet through solar geoengineering could have some dramatic side effects – including an increase in droughts and... Read More

Geoengineering | Nov 14. 2017.
JN9F5H Huge electrical storm hits the UK on 18th July 2017, lighting strikes happening every second, lasting for hours into the following morning.

Shifting storms under climate change could bring wilder winters to the UK

The UK could face harsher and more frequent winter storms if global greenhouse gas emissions aren’t curbed, a new study says. ... Read More

Storms | Nov 13. 2017.

Mapped: Where multilateral climate funds spend their money

In 2009, countries meeting in Copenhagen for the 15th UN climate conference set a new monetary goal. ... Read More

International policy | Nov 6. 2017.
Bridge in California over dried up river

Impact of climate change on health is 'the major threat of 21st century'

The health of millions of people across the world is already being significantly harmed by climate change, a major new report finds. ... Read More

Public health | Oct 30. 2017.
K9NHH6 View from Lempuyang mountain to traditional Balinese temple on Mount Agung slopes background. Mount Agung is highest active volcano on Bali island.

Analysis: How could the Agung volcano in Bali affect global temperatures?

While human activity has been the dominant driver of climate change over the past century, natural factors can influence short-term variations in... Read More

Global temperature | Oct 25. 2017.
DY14PF BANGLADESH District Bagerhat , cyclone Sidr and high tide destroy villages in South khali, distribution of relief goods

Study: Ending extreme poverty and limiting warming to 2C still possible

Bringing “extreme” poverty to an end will not jeopardise the chances of limiting global warming to 2C above pre-industrial levels, a new study... Read More

People | Oct 24. 2017.
D7A75P Mother with a solar panel in Lira District, Uganda, East Africa.

Renewables will give more people access to electricity than coal, says IEA

Around the world, more than a billion people still lack access to electricity. ... Read More

Renewables | Oct 19. 2017.
Kirsty McBeath from the Met Office with an interactive 3D model displaying climate

Guest Post: How IPCC graphics could be made more accessible

Jordan Harold is an applied cognitive psychologist at the school of psychology, University of East Anglia, and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change... Read More

Guest posts | Oct 17. 2017.
BE328R Ethiopian girls collect firewood for cooking. Due to global warming and change in climate, there are less trees

Mapped: How UK foreign aid is spent on climate change

Many of the world's richest nations have pledged money – known as climate finance – to help vulnerable countries adapt to climate change and to... Read More

UK policy | Oct 10. 2017.
E7P0FD Lauenensee, cows, mountain lake, cow, cows, agriculture, animals, animal, canton Bern, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, Europe,

Grass-fed beef will not help tackle climate change, report finds

Billed as a more environmentally friendly way to rear cattle, grass-fed beef has been the red meat of choice for many a climate-conscious carnivore. ... Read More

Food and farming | Oct 3. 2017.
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