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A forest with areas of deforestation

Researchers using multiple high-resolution satellite observations have found that carbon loss has more than doubled since 2001 due to forest clearance across the tropics.

Civilians in lifeboat due to flooding

Despite efforts to reduce the risks, changes in the Earth’s climate caused by human activity are affecting the lives of billions of people, according to a major international report published today.

To researcher stood next to a pig in a field at a pig farm.

More than a dozen universities are getting together to agree on joint agricultural research priorities, working with farmers and others who have a stake in the industry’s future.

A photograph of bleached coral reef on the sea bed in Indonesia, by Beger Lab.

Limiting global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels will still be catastrophic for coral reefs, new research suggests.

A photograph of an Airbus A380 arrives for cold weather testing at Iqaluit, Nanuvut, Canada.

Thawing of permafrost due to climate change could expose the Arctic population to much greater concentrations of the cancer-causing gas Radon, a new story has found.