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The Science of Climate Change Explained: Facts, Evidence and Proof

Definitive answers to the big questions. The science of climate change is more solid and widely agreed […]

Deforestation

A by-the-numbers look at how EU appetites drive deforestation

The Continent is the world’s second-largest driver of tropical deforestation. European demand for everything from chocolate to […]

The Southwest Offers Blueprints for the Future of Wastewater Reuse

This article first appeared on Truthout and was produced in partnership with Earth | Food | Life, […]

Exploring Timelapse in Google Earth

See humanity’s impact on the Earth through a global time-lapse video of the planet since 1984:

Settled enough: Climate science, skepticism and prudence

Science is an edifice that is never finished. It is expanded, remodeled, and strengthened continually by the […]

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Clothes dryer vs the car: carbon footprint misconceptions

Landmark survey of 21,000 people in almost 30 countries shows perception gap on climate impact of personal […]

The Monthly Global Change Review #04 by Berenice Gagne

The Monthly Global Change Review #04

Top photo – «Chameleon» (2014) © Michael Johansson A monthly publication by Lyon Urban School (Université de […]

Bright Green Lies: Review

It’s been a year since ‘Planet of the Humans’ caused the leaders of climate campaigns to go […]

Climate change: Growing doubts over chip fat biofuel

New research questions the environmental impact of rising imports of used cooking oil (UCO) into the UK […]

We Don’t Need More Life-Crushing Steel and Concrete

The long-term needs of ecosystems should come before our knee-jerk expectations about infrastructure. We were driving through […]

The Way to Live – Official Trailer

THE WAY TO LIVE: IF WE LEARN TO LISTEN, MOTHER EARTH WILL SHOW US THE WAY. Many […]

Current and future global climate impacts resulting from COVID-19

The global response to the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a sudden reduction of both GHG emissions […]

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Combating plastics waste: UD researchers report possible solutions for hard-to-recycle plastics

Millions of tons of plastic end up in landfills every year. It’s a big societal problem and […]

UCL Beyond Boundaries Session 11: Dr Aisha Dasgupta & Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta Presentation

In this video, in addition to the discussion session on Thursday 29th October 2020, Dr Aisha Dasgupta […]

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There aren’t enough trees in the world to offset society’s carbon emissions – and there never will be

One morning in 2009, I sat on a creaky bus winding its way up a mountainside in […]

‘Our biggest challenge? Lack of imagination’: the scientists turning the desert green

In China, scientists have turned vast swathes of arid land into a lush oasis. Now a team […]

Despite pandemic shutdowns, carbon dioxide and methane surged in 2020

Carbon dioxide levels are now higher than at anytime in the past 3.6 million years Levels of […]

US summit shows ‘long way to go’ in global climate fight

The Biden administration announces a new climate target but the US is still struggling with Trump’s legacy. […]

THE MONTHLY GLOBAL CHANGE REVIEW #03

The Monthly Global Change Review #03

Top photo – “Stockyards adjacent to the Chicago slaughterhouses (circa 1947)” © US Information Agency A monthly […]

‘Existential threat to our survival’: see the 19 Australian ecosystems already collapsing

In 1992, 1,700 scientists warned that human beings and the natural world were “on a collision course”. […]

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The US Returns to the Paris Agreement Today—With Lots of Work Ahead for the World

Slashing emissions at home is only part of the challenge—the United States must also help other countries […]

Jean-Marc Jancovici : Will technology save us from Climate Change ? MIT Media Lab

CLIMATE TALK: WILL TECHNOLOGY SAVE US FROM CLIMATE CHANGE? Presented by the Responsive Environments group at the […]

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Doomsday clock panel welcomes Biden win but keeps hands at ‘100 seconds to midnight’

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ measure of the world’s vulnerability to catastrophe, remains at 100 seconds […]

Peak Phosphorus May Be More Alarming Than Climate Change

Phosphorus is essential to life and the world is running out of it. Roger Sylvester-Bradley is on […]