Advertisements
17.5 C
London
Thursday, July 2, 2020
- Advertisement -

TAG

Global Warming

Climate change is turning parts of Antarctica green

Global warming is causing parts of Antarctica to turn green, scientists have said. New research suggests warming temperatures due to climate change are causing summer...

Global carbon emissions from energy flatlined in 2019

Global carbon emissions from energy flatlined in 2019, raising hope for the climate fight, data from the International Energy Agency (IEA) suggests. Figures show that...

Greta Thunberg stuck on floor of crowded German train after climate summit

Climate activist Greta Thunberg has tweeted a photo of herself sitting on the floor of a German train surrounded by lots of bags. She posted...

Longest UN climate talks end with no deal on carbon markets

Marathon international climate talks in Spain have ended with negotiators postponing a key decision on global carbon markets. After two weeks of negotiations on tackling...

Observers allowed back into UN climate talks after protest

The United Nations says dozens of observers expelled from its annual climate meeting in Madrid will be allowed back into the venue. Some 100 people...

Global youth protests urge climate action

A wave of climate change protests has swept the globe, with hundreds of thousands of young people sending a message to leaders heading for...

Recent global warming ‘unprecedented’ in past 2,000 years – study

Recent global warming has happened at a speed and scale that is “unprecedented” in the last two millennia, researchers have said. Warming in the 20th century...

UK’s carbon emissions fell by 6% last year after coal use plummeted

The UK's carbon dioxide emissions fell by almost 6% in 2016 after coal use more than halved to record lows, analysis suggests. Carbon emissions from...

Marine life adding to global warming by generating methane in Pacific

Microbes are generating a vast pool of marine methane that is contributing to global warming, a British team of scientists has confirmed. Scientists from Queen...

Famous explorer urges action on climate change after ‘tipping point’ Arctic trip

A world-famous adventurer has said the Arctic is at a “tipping point” and warned rapidly vanishing ice could lead to floods and famine. Sir David...

Latest news

Coronavirus daily cases reach record highs in US and South Africa

The United States and South Africa have reported record daily coronavirus cases, with US figures surpassing 50,000 a day for the first time. The US...

US creates 4.8 million jobs as unemployment falls to 11%

US unemployment fell to 11.1% in June as the economy added a solid 4.8 million jobs. But the job market recovery may already be faltering...

Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell arrested

Ghislaine Maxwell – a British socialite who was accused by many women of helping procure underage sex partners for Jeffrey Epstein – has been...

Martina Navratilova says Coco Gauff can change the world for the better

Martina Navratilova insists rising tennis star Coco Gauff has the ability to “change the world for the better” after the American delivered a powerful...

Man held on UK-bound flight on suspicion of stabbing police in Hong Kong protest

Hong Kong police have arrested a man on a London-bound flight on suspicion of stabbing a police officer during protests over the semi-autonomous Chinese...
- Advertisement -