If you were doubtful before, the news that British doctors are now acting to limit the climate emergency may prompt a rethink.
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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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As the polar sea ice vanishes faster, Russia unveils plans to exploit Arctic riches: fossil fuel deposits, minerals and new shipping routes.
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If you want to cut global temperatures try building with bamboo, say UK-based researchers studying its thermal properties.
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Tropical forest damage is bad enough. New thinking suggests it could prove far more ruinous in terms of the climate crisis.
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Multiple climate health risks threaten today’s babies. They may grow up hungrier, more diseased and facing more pollution and danger. But there’s hope.
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Urban farming, Cuban-style, is being hailed as an example of how to feed ourselves when climate change threatens serious food shortages.
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Global heating could bring “untold suffering” for humans. It could also mean less fresh water and less rice, though tasting more of arsenic.
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Australia’s bushfires are feeding on heat from the climate change happening in the tropics, but its government doesn’t want to know.
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Bamboo, lime and mud are traditional materials being used innovatively in southern India to rebuild homes that can withstand the impact of recurring floods.
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