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An aerial view of a forest with dozens of trees reaching up to the sky

The side effects of large-scale forestation initiatives could reduce the CO2 removal benefits by up to a third.

Huge lightning bolts in the sky, hitting the sea below. In front of them are small apartment blocks.

Leading weather scientists and practitioners from the UK, South Africa, Zambia and Mozambique have commenced a two-week “testbed” to improve early warnings for severe thunderstorms in Southern Africa.

Geography students in Sustainable Garden

Every school and college in England will have free access to expert support to become greener and more climate resilient in a national scheme backed by £2m of government funding.

A farmer in Africa - bent double - digs into dry-looking looking soil. He is wearing a hat to protect himself from the overhead sun.

Farmers in sub-Saharan Africa need to diversify away from growing maize and switch to crops that are resilient to climate change and supply key micronutrients for the population, say researchers.

Climate protestor holding up a square white sign about the 1.5 degree celsius global warming limit goal.

A team of Met Office scientists has emphasised that there is no formally agreed way of defining the current level of global warming relevant to the Paris Agreement. They have proposed a solution.