The United Nations plans to tame lethal sand and dust storms with a mixture of modern technology and traditional knowledge.
The post Sand and dust storms pose global threat appeared first on Climate News Network.
Scientists mapping the effects of increased temperature and rainfall across Siberia say it could expect mass migration in a warmer world.
The post Siberia expects mass migration as it warms appeared first on Climate News Network.
If you like chocolate you’ll love this: the same tree that provides your indulgent treat is helping to slow climate change, thanks to cocoa fuel.
The post Cocoa fuel combats climate change appeared first on Climate News Network.
15 January, 2019 – Two thirds of the world worries about water for at least a month annually. One successful source of salt-free drinkable water leaves a bitter aftertaste.
The post Salt-free drinkable water comes at a cost appeared first on Climate News Network.
17 January, 2019 − Researchers are clear: the healthy diet for a healthy planet is more vegetables, less meat. What matters is the food that’s served, and the way it’s produced too.
The post More vegetables, less meat for all our sakes appeared first on Climate News Network.
7 December, 2018 – New research confirms again that nature knows best. The US could cut a fifth of its greenhouse gas emissions through better land use.
The post Better land use could slash US emissions appeared first on Climate News Network.
4 December, 2018 – A new and authoritative study warns of an “overwhelming impact” on public health just from extremes of heat as the world continues to warm.
The post Extremes of heat will hit health and wealth appeared first on Climate News Network.
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.
The post Well-fed world can slow warming too appeared first on Climate News Network.
16 March, 2018 – While more rain normally cools a summer environment, a warmer and wetter world could face quite unfamiliar problems.
The post Climates change faster in a warmer and wetter world appeared first on Climate News Network.
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.
The post Climate refugees may reach many millions by 2050 appeared first on Climate News Network.