As Australia struggles to recover from months of wildfires, farmers and foresters say agroforestry could help to protect the country.
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The Australian inferno has yet to reach its worst, but already minds are seeking ways to reduce the bushfire horrors. Could batteries help next time?
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New weather patterns in the warming Antarctic are leaving thousands of penguins in peril, prompting calls for them to be specially protected.
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Healthcare workers urging zero carbon emissions say chemicals used increasingly to anaesthetise patients are potent greenhouse gases.
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The pace of glacier thawing on the roof of the world has doubled in 40 years, scientists say, with the Himalayan melt rate affected by climate heating.
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24 October, 2018 − We’re using more and more raw materials to build the world anew: our demands will almost have doubled by 2060. That’s bad news for the climate.
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12 October, 2018 – The well-fed world scientists say is possible by 2050 could also halve global warming emissions. But it would have to lose its appetite for meat.
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26 April, 2018 – Changes in Arctic currents today appear to reflect similar changes thousands of years ago – in the North Pacific. Scientists think they may be linked.
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20 March, 2018 – Climate refugees, people fleeing climate change’s impacts by moving to new homes, may number over 140 million by 2050, the World Bank reports.
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14 March, 2018 – A UN forest project is fuelling conflict over land, threatening local people and failing to slow deforestation, researchers say.
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