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Chocolate chickens in a cage, Morocco.

Guest post: Intensive, lower-carbon animal farming could raise pandemic risks

Agriculture has a huge impact on the environment. Food production takes up more than one-third of Earth’s land, is responsible for one-third of hum... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 30. 2022.

Analysis: Africa’s unreported extreme weather in 2022 and climate change

From deadly floods in Nigeria to devastating drought in Somalia, Africa has faced a run of severe – and sometimes unprecedented – extreme weather... Read More

Extreme weather | Oct 26. 2022.
COP27: Why is addressing ‘loss and damage’ crucial for climate justice?

COP27: Why is addressing ‘loss and damage’ crucial for climate justice?

The death and destruction that can result from climate change is not evenly distributed around the world. Those who have often contributed the lea... Read More

International policy | Sep 29. 2022.
Graphic: Carbon Brief.

Loss and damage: What happens when climate change destroys lives and cultures?

High in the Peruvian Andes, there is a glacier whose disappearance has been linked to the departure of the gods. In the belief of the Quechua peop... Read More

International policy | Sep 28. 2022.
The struggle over ‘loss and damage’ in UN climate talks

Timeline: The struggle over ‘loss and damage’ in UN climate talks

Small-island nations have been sounding the alarm about climate change for more than three decades, fearing a future in which their communities and h... Read More

International policy | Sep 27. 2022.
Flooding at the Bagmati river in India, a branch of the Ganges, due to heavy monsoon rains and melting of Himalaya glaciers.

Climate change will make it harder for world’s poorest to migrate, study says

Climate change will make it harder for the world’s poorest people to migrate – leaving them “extremely vulnerable” to continued impacts and i... Read More

People | Jul 25. 2022.
Mass of straw-coloured fruit bat Eidolon helvum in flight, Zambia

Climate change ‘already’ raising risk of virus spread between mammals

Mammals forced to move to cooler climes amid global warming are “already” spreading their viruses further – with “undoubtable” impacts for ... Read More

Wildlife | Apr 28. 2022.
March back to work on 5 March at the end of miners strike in Ellington Colliery, England, 1985_2BN28RJ

Guest post: Why gender justice matters in the transition away from coal

Combating the climate crisis requires the restructuring of the economic and energy system including, first and foremost, the phaseout of coal, which ... Read More

Guest posts | Mar 3. 2022.
Climate change protest in Glasgow

Guest post: How to model society's response to climate change

How ambitious climate policy will be in the future is key to understanding the scale of climate change impacts we can expect. Yet, the question of ho... Read More

Guest posts | Feb 25. 2022.
Food aid for displaced people at a camp in Angola

Using land to tackle climate change could have ‘adverse impacts’ on global hunger

Relying heavily on land use to tackle climate change could slow the decline in global hunger, according to new research published in Nature Food. ... Read More

Food and farming | Feb 24. 2022.
Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya

Eradicating ‘extreme poverty’ would raise global emissions by less than 1%

Lifting hundreds of millions of people out of “extreme poverty” – where they live on less than US$1.90 per day – would drive a global increas... Read More

People | Feb 14. 2022.
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