A research has suggested that climate change could lead to decline in more than 50 per cent of common plants and 33 per cent of animals can see this century. The research looked at 50,000 globally widespread and common species and found that more ... MedIndia, 4 days ago
Climate change will cause widespread global-scale loss of common plants and animals - Farming Monthly, 3 days ago
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A Laing O'Rourke Centre lunch-time seminar by Professor Geoff Levermore Institute of Energy and Sustainability Date: Time: 13:00 - 14:00 Venue: Lecture Theatre 201 - Skempton Building Campus: Speaker: ProfessorGeoffLevermore Related Faculty: ...Imperial College London, 3 weeks ago
Humanity has a second chance to stop dangerous climate change. Temperature data from the last decade offers an unexpected opportunity to stay below the agreed international target of 2 °C of global warming. A new analysis took temperature rise in ...New Scientist, 18 hours ago
While much scientific and public attention has focussed on the many species endangered or on the brink of extinction, the impacts of climate change on species biodiversity are much larger. A landmark study looking at nearly 50,000 common species ...Climate IMC International, 1 day ago Climate Change: Common Species On The Brink ITechPost, 1 week ago Common plants, animals threatened by climate change, study says Los Angeles Times, 1 week ago Probabilistic Change of Wheat Productivity and Water Use in China for Global Mean Temperature Changes of 1°, 2°, and 3°C [Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology] TMC Net, 2 months ago
(the arguments outlined in this commentary apply equally to any politician, civil servant, journalist, NGO or business leader calling for stringent mitigation) The commentary is also available as a pdf: hypocrites in the air From the World Bank and ...Resilience, 2 weeks ago
It was never going to be easy to face the ecological crisis. Even back in the 1970s, before climate took center stage, it was clear that we the prosperous were walking far too heavily. And that environmentalism, as it was called, was only going to ...ZNet, 1 month ago
ATMOSPHERIC concentrations of carbon dioxide have broken the 400 parts per million level at several stations of the World Meteorological Organisation across the world, heightening the need for radical action to arrest emissions growth and limit ...Zimbabwe Herald, 14 hours ago
Britain's biggest power plant is adapting three units to run on biomass Biomass can get a bad press. The very idea of burning trees to produce power can send some environmentalists into a tizzy. Add into the mix the fact that a tree felled in South ...Professional Engineering Magazine, 1 week ago
PA LE GREY CLOUDS drift across the sky and a cool breeze tousles the waters of Sandy Bay in Hobart, Tasmania. At the start of what promises to be a gruelling week, climate scientists crowd around a conference centre foyer, taking in the view. ...Cosmos Magazine, 3 weeks ago
Emissions by the US of greenhouse gases are still coming down within the USA itself. But American exports of coal, and now of shale gas, are on the rise, in effect exporting the pollution which has been avoided at home. Figures released earlier ...Responding to Climate Change, 1 month ago
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