A map showing the environmental pressures from global food production has been developed by researchers, to identify ways of creating more sustainable and just food systems.
Regional leaders and organisations must work ever more closely to achieve net zero in Yorkshire and the Humber.
Professor Lea Berrang Ford says populations around the world need to adapt their lives dramatically to cope with the warming we’ve already caused – even if we do reach net zero.
Oxygen levels in the Earth’s atmosphere are likely to have “fluctuated wildly” one billion years ago, creating conditions that could have accelerated the development of early animals, say researchers.
Carbon taxes on heating and driving affect the poor more – but charges on flights could offer a fair way to tax carbon.