Guest post: How heatwave images in the media can better represent climate risks

Dr Saffron O’Neill is an associate professor in geography at the University of Exeter. Between 2012 and 2017 she held an Economic and Social...

The Importance of COP15

By Pádraic Fogarty, Campaign Officer with the Irish Wildlife Trust   When the gavel went down at the end of COP21 in Paris in November 2015...

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In Brief: The upgraded interactive mapping tool can show you potential landslide activity anywhere between the poles in near-real-time. Every year, landslides – the movement of...

The Key To Slowing Global Warming

Posted on 10 January 2018 by Riduna We all know that global warming is causing climate change characterised by increasingly severe weather events which damage...

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