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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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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The United Nations plans to tame lethal sand and dust storms with a mixture of modern technology and traditional knowledge.
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Scientists mapping the effects of increased temperature and rainfall across Siberia say it could expect mass migration in a warmer world.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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