A preserved ancient tree trunk records the story of a climate catastrophe more than 40 millennia ago. It could happen again.
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Climate change may soon double the impact of extreme drought and fire. And it’s a two-way traffic.
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The climate crisis is exacting a rising price from the worldwide insurance industry, a relief and development agency says.
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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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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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While scientists call for more protection for wild things, governments have removed protection from wilderness areas the size of Mexico.
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8 August, 2018 – As the world warms, the storm clouds gather. And Australian rain is now often of a ferocity and intensity without precedent.
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25 April, 2018 – US scientists have good news about prospects for coral survival on one of the world’s great reefs, threatened by climate change.
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16 January, 2018 – Coral reefs have always lived near the edge. Now, thanks to global warming, life there is five times more precarious.
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