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Mangi villagers wait for a water tanker that arrives twice a week to replenish their dried up water well. Pandharkawda, Maharashtra, India, 22 April 2010. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo. CCX33P

Mapped: How global warming and land-use change threaten water security worldwide

The world’s water supply has been severely altered by global warming and changes to land use – such as agriculture and damming – over the past... Read More

Attribution | May 16. 2018.
The 46th Session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 6 September 2017, Montreal, Canada. Credit: IISD/ENB / Mike Muzurakis

Analysis: The gender, nationality and institution of IPCC AR6 scientists

Since being founded in 1988, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has published five sets of “assessment reports” on the state of... Read More

IPCC | May 15. 2018.
Dead cottonwood trees in the early morning light. Salton City, California, US. 18 Feb 2014. Credit: Scott London/Alamy Live News. DTKAM7

Guest post: Climate change is already making droughts worse

Dr Benjamin Cook is a climate scientist at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. ... Read More

Guest posts | May 14. 2018.
Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany. Novarc Images / Alamy Stock Photo. H46R0E

Explainer: Six ideas to limit global warming with solar geoengineering

Scientists agree that cutting global greenhouse emissions as soon as possible will be key to tackling global warming. But, with global emissions still... Read More

Geoengineering | May 9. 2018.
Passengers boarding a sea plane Maldives Indian Ocean. Credit: Sunpix Travel / Alamy Stock Photo. AKAWF0

Tourism responsible for 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions, study finds

Worldwide tourism accounted for 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions from 2009 to 2013, new research finds, making the sector a bigger polluter than... Read More

People | May 7. 2018.
King tides flood property on Kiribati atoll. Credit: Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert / Alamy Stock Photo. BGP1PD

Low-lying atolls could become 'uninhabitable' earlier than thought

Low-lying coral islands across the tropical oceans could become “uninhabitable” in the coming decades because of the combined impacts of sea level... Read More

Sea level rise | Apr 25. 2018.
K4K9BT Sour Lake, USA. 06th Sep, 2017. Sour Lake, Texas Sept. 6, 2017: Residents in the Pinewood subdivision outside Sour Lake face the daunting task of cleaning up their homes as they were just let back into the area Wednesday, nine days after floodwater decimated the area after Hurricane Harvey.

Guest post: The impact of climate change on mental health is impossible to ignore

Prof Helen Berry is the inaugural professor of climate change and mental health at the University of Sydney. ... Read More

Guest posts | Apr 16. 2018.
Deforestation for agriculture along border of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest NP, Uganda. Credit: Nature Picture Library / Alamy Stock Photo. K2EEGM

Africa’s vegetation has lost 2.6bn tonnes of CO2 in just seven years

The rainforests, savannahs and woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa have lost around 2.6bn tonnes of CO2 over the past seven years, a new study finds. ... Read More

Plants and forests | Apr 9. 2018.
FA1THG Panama City Skyline from Cinta Costera Park, Panama City, Central America

Limiting global warming to 1.5C would have ‘significant economic benefits’

Holding global temperature rise to 1.5C would lead to significant economic benefits by the end of the century, a new paper suggests. ... Read More

| Apr 3. 2018.
Road receding into the distance from Addis Ababa to Shafartak bridge. Credit: Andrew Holt / Alamy Stock Photo AAFNYD

Expect tens of millions of internal climate migrants by 2050, says World Bank

As many as 143 million people in three of the world’s most vulnerable regions could be forced by 2050 to migrate within their own country due to... Read More

Risk and adaptation | Mar 19. 2018.
EBRGGN lion (Panthera leo), lion couple on rocks in the savannah, watching by a safari group, Tanzania, Serengeti National Park. Credit: blickwinkel / Alam

Clashes between humans and lions to increase with climate change, study says

The number of clashes between people and African lions could increase as temperatures rise, a new study suggests. ... Read More

Wildlife | Mar 1. 2018.
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