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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Hemp, a plant grown centuries ago in England as a national duty, could help to restrict climate heating.
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Tree planting to restore natural foliage can help to ease the climate crisis. So someone has to pay its massive price.
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Like them or loathe them, advertisements are everywhere. And they’re worsening the climate crisis, say social scientists.
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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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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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Plants are getting taller in the Arctic high latitudes as warmer, moister soil prompts growth that could increase the release of greenhouse gases.
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23 March, 2018 – Despite ambitious plans to improve renewable energy and water supplies, Morocco looks likely to be badly affected by North Africa’s rising heat.
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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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15 March, 2018 – With Cape Town’s water crisis so bad that its taps may soon run dry, Capetonians are working together to avert a shared disaster.
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