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What can we expect from the final UN climate report? And what is the IPCC anyway?

It will explain how greenhouse gas emissions are warming the planet, then delve into the …

Why rain on snow in the California mountains worries scientists

Rain-on-snow events have resulted in some of the nation’s most destructive …

Climate change threatens spring wildflowers by speeding up the time when trees leaf out above them

Country-wide pattern: Trees, wildflowers active earlier now than in the past, and they are …

How to use free satellite data to monitor natural disasters and environmental changes

Increasing availability of open-access data from government satellites have made it …

International law doesn’t protect people fleeing environmental disaster — here’s how it could

A firm understanding of what works where climate migrants are forced to settle will be …

A tonne of fossil carbon isn’t the same as a tonne of new trees: Why offsets can’t save us

Avoiding the worst of climate change means stopping the extraction and burning of fossil …

Getting out of fossils

Quickly ramping up cheaper finance should be JET-P’s focus so that the new …

‘Let’s get real’: Scientists discover a new way climate change threatens cold-blooded animals

Ectotherms will need even more energy in a warmer world — increasing extinction risk

Managing microclimates — a ‘third way’ to combat climate change

Effective microclimate management has the potential to reduce temperatures by 1.5-2 degrees …

Humble millets can ensure food security, nutrition to India’s vulnerable communities

Shifting from climate-resilient and micro-nutrient-rich traditional crops to cash crops has …

La Niña is finishing an extremely unusual three-year cycle — here’s how it affected weather around the world

It’s hard to know exactly what climate change will mean for El Niños and La Ni&…

Do not just single out coal

Why should countries of the western world, which have already appropriated the giant share …

Tropical seagrass meadows are sand factories that could protect coral reef islands from sea-level rise

These meadows provide a refuge for young fish, food for grazing sea turtles and …

COP27 impact: What does the loss and damage fund mean for Majuli’s Salmora potters?

Riverbank erosion due to climate change and government measures to deal with it are both …

Earth has lost one-fifth of its wetlands since 1700 — but most could still be saved

People need to stop looking at wetlands as wastelands and draining them to make it &…

Atmospheric rivers are hitting the Arctic more often and increasingly melting its sea ice

Sea ice loss also contributes to global warming and to extreme storms …

A rapidly growing rocket industry could undo decades of work to save the ozone layer — unless we act now

The ozone layer is on track to heal within four decades, which can be undone by an …

‘Blue marble’: How half a century of climate change has altered the face of the Earth

 A photo taken by NASA in December 1972 has become an icon of the global …

Auckland floods: even stormwater reform won’t be enough – we need a ‘sponge city’ to avoid future disasters

New Zealand’s biggest city should do less building and let nature do what it was …

Exxon scientists accurately forecast climate change back in the 1970s – what if we had listened to them and acted then?

Climatic collapse — as we understand it in our world today — could …

Four possible consequences of El Niño returning in 2023

It’s possible that Earth’s rising temperature will temporarily exceed the 1.5&…

Carbon dioxide removal: How crucial is the next decade for this novel technology

Innovation in CDR is growing; so is the gap between CDR decided by IPCC and efforts to …