Covering Climate Now
In the run-up to the UN Climate Action meeting in New York on 23 September 2019, more than 250 media outlets have joined together to boost their coverage of climate change as part of Covering Climate Now.
More greenery in wet, tropical regions has small cooling effect on cities
New process is 100% selective and does not produce undesired solid carbon either – unlike conventional CO2 electrolysis technologies
Simulation suggests that rainfall reduction over tropical Atlantic Ocean is boosting salinity
Lack of timelag may undermine climate adaptation strategies
The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has announced an investigation into accusations that the Trump administration put pressure on the agency to modify forecasts
The planet is warming faster than ever, worldwide. Scientists know this unique climate change is not caused by nature. But they checked again, to be certain
Canadian academics travel average of 33,000 km a year, study finds
How successful were nation's three policies at stemming greenhouse emissions?
Healthcare workers urging zero carbon emissions say chemicals used increasingly to anaesthetize patients are potent greenhouse gases
Floods more severe in north-west Europe while other parts of the continent are drier
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How physics can help
Modified metal-carbide flakes incorporated into existing perovskite solar cells could make perovskite cells a commercially viable part of green energy solutions
Study in Texas examines potential of technique for managing extremes
A potassium-ion cell with a water-based electrolyte shows competitive performance for safe and low-cost green energy storage
A wearable and implantable device provides a cheap and practical means of producing and storing energy from human movements
Low-carbon electricity can meet Paris commitments without encroaching on pristine land
Waste heat is used to desalinate sea water
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