New research, April 1-7, 2019

A selection of new climate related research articles is shown below. This post has separate sections for: Climate Change, Climate Change Impacts, Climate Change...

Addis Ababa riverside project gives priority to development over residents

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Getting a Bird’s-Eye View of Food Insecurity with Catherine Nakalembe

Every year millions of people worldwide suffer from hunger and food insecurity. Climate change —and increased drought, pests and other climate-related side effects —...

Daily chart: Why China’s air pollution is on the rise again

OVER the past month, successive waves of thick smog have blanketed northern and central China. With visibility severely reduced, authorities have cancelled flights, shut...

Small-scale farming key to rebooting our ‘flawed’ food system

April 12th, 2019 Far-reaching and lasting support for small-scale food production is key to rebooting Ireland’s flawed food system and addressing runaway emissions by 2030, a conference...

A closer look at microgeneration

19 February 2021  It seems like microgeneration is having a bit of a moment.  A new scheme for it was announced back in January, and it...

UK floats ‘climate compatibility’ test for new oil and gas drilling

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Guest post: How attribution can fill the evidence ‘gap’ in climate litigation

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