A team of researchers from Oxford University, UK, put forward a series of possible ideas and suggestions to reach the final 25% in terms of greenhouse emissions and achieve Net-Zero.
Fortified walls marking national borders are preventing hundreds of wild animals from migrating in an attempt to escape the effects of climate change, according to a paper published in the
The goals of the Paris Agreement aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will never be achieved without considerable changes in farming practices, according to a study published in Nature (1).
Methane emissions have hit record levels, with agriculture and fossil fuel sources equally to blame, according to a new paper published on 15 July in Environmental Research Letters (1). Over
For the first time, scientists have quantified the contribution of so-called ozone-depleting substances, like chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), to extreme Arctic warming. The important, yet oft-forgotten, group of greenhouse gases were responsible
A new article published on 18 September in Nature presents a set of “troubling charts” outlining the lack of progress nations have made in limiting greenhouse gas emissions. The infographic
In a new paper published on 18 June in Nature Reviews Microbiology, 30 microbiologists from 9 countries issue a “warning to humanity” (1). According to the authors, climate change is
To date, the impacts of climate change on health have been relatively neglected in EU policy. Now, a landmark study by the European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC) has raised
In a new paper published on 3 June in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Patterson and colleagues propose a novel way of potentially recycling atmospheric carbon dioxide
Meeting the goal set out in the Paris agreement of limiting global warming to well below 1.5–2 degrees Celcius will require efforts that go far beyond reducing greenhouse gas emissions,