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COP THAT – History made in Paris?

On December 14, 2015 By

The adoption of the Paris Agreement could be a truly momentous moment in human history.

This carefully worded document that balances the right of countries to develop […]

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Why cycle schemes get it wrong

On November 10, 2015 By

Pontoon to nowhere: why the Thames Deckway cycle scheme gets it wrong

The scheme’s creators are seeking money to fund a floating bike lane in London. But like […]

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Cyclone hits Vanuatu

On March 14, 2015 By

Cyclone Pam has left thousands of people homeless on Vanuatu, with aid agencies comparing the strength of the winds to those of Typhoon Haiyan which devastated […]

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Gusts of up to 270km per hour (160 miles per hour) are expected to slam into the southernmost subtropical island chain early Tuesday, and may reach mainland Japan […]

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The problem of dark snow has been noted fro the Himalayas to the Arctic.  Dust from soil, soot from fires and black carbon pollution from industry and diesel […]

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The collapse of the Antarctic Ice Sheet is under way and unstoppable.

Driven by climate change the loss of the entire ice sheet could lead to a 4 […]

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Extreme weather events in the UK and overseas are part of a growing pattern that it would be very unwise for us, or  our leaders, to ignore.  […]

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Cold air has rushed in from the Arctic, after a high pressure over northeast Canada and Greenland blocked the usual track of the weather.

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