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Land has a smaller “heat capacity” than water, which means it needs less heat to raise its temperature significantly.
Cities around the world need investment in smart infrastructure to hedge against climate risk and manage their contribution to it. Here are three projects that show what can be achieved.
The electric vehicle revolution is well underway, but progress is still too slow. Here are three reasons why – and three ways to get things back on track.
Since 1970, populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish have shrunk by 68%, mainly due to farming and the wildlife trade, says WWF.
Acvording from the EEA ( European Environment Agency), air pollution and heatwaves exacerbated by climate change contribute to around 13% of all deaths in Europe.
Surfers around the world are using Smartfins to gather data about the health of oceans. Smartfins are fixed to the tail of surfboards and contain a number of sensors.
A team of marine scientists is using 3D-printed tiles to save endangered coral reefs. Other innovative coral restoration projects include reef cubes and statues on the seabed.
New statistics from the International Energy Agency highlight that despite global decarbonization efforts the world’s energy supply looks remarkably similar to how it did four decades ago.
From erratic rainfall to severe droughts, global warming is increasing competition for water around the world, with water-related conflicts on the rise.
There are approximately 4.2 million premature deaths per year from health issues related to air pollution (WHO). This is a higher death toll than other diseases, including COVID-19 to dat...
Powerful pictures and the latest scientific evidence are key to bringing our Pioneers for the Planet films to life. They should be freely available for campaigners and content creators ev...
From hurricanes to coastal flooding, climate change will force millions of people around the world to reconsider where they live - but where will they go?
There are an estimated 228 million cases of malaria worldwide each year, with the vast majority Africa. These new maps show the likely effect of climate change.
Volunteers in Estonia are working to restore the country's peatlands. Many have been drained for mining purposes, but when restored will help tackle climate change.