Why Climate Change Is Making Koalas Thirsty

Australian koalas are drinking much more water than they used to—and it’s likely because of hot, dry weather aggravated by climate change.Koalas, which normally...

Climate change will fuel terrorism recruitment, report for German foreign office says

Climate change Report by Adelphi thinktank warns terrorist groups will exploit natural disasters and water and food shortages <!--><!--><!--><!--> One of the biggest camps for people displaced...

Reform of the EUETS Has at Last Made Significant Progress

The effective limit on the size of the MSR proposed by Council is an extremely welcome strengthening of the EUETS. However it will still...

The Climate Change Problem No One Talks About: Anxiety and Depression

Climate change doesn't just affect people.'s physical health by exacerbating problems...

US stand on Paris deal: UN climate official says respectful

of national processesNew Delhi, Apr 19 (PTI) Amidst uncertainty over the US continued participation in the Paris agreement, a top UN climate official said...

Climate change impact on Australia may be irreversible, five-yearly report says

Exclusive: State of the Environment report says heritage and economic activity are being affected and the disadvantaged will be worst hit Josh Frydenberg: bright...

The networks all but ignored climate change last year. That’s bad news for science.

Images of evening news broadcasts from ABC, PBS, CBS and NBC. (Courtesy of Media Matters for America)It’s not that there isn’t enough climate change...

Climat : la prise de conscience monte chez les grands investisseurs

CLIMAT - Selon une étude dévoilée mercredi, une grosse moitié des grands investisseurs mondiaux prennent désormais en compte le changement climatique et le risque...

Under 10 percent of international climate fund cash reaching local projects, study shows

“Understanding how to get money where it matters is the challenge of the moment,” says one report authorBy Laurie Goering LONDON, March 7 (Thomson Reuters...

Global warming may explain Arctic's green ice

New York, March 31 (IANS) Global warming may be responsible for massive blooms of phytoplankton growing under Arctic sea and more blooms in the...

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Capuchin monkey genome reveals clues to its long life and large brain

Scientists have sequenced the genome of a capuchin monkey for the first time, uncovering new genetic clues about the evolution of their long lifespan...

New study examines leeches for role in major disease of sea turtles in Florida

Researchers are homing in on the cause of a major disease of sea turtles, with some of their latest findings implicating saltwater leeches as...

Rise in Southeast Asia forest clearance increasing greenhouse gases

Forest clearance in Southeast Asia is accelerating, leading to unprecedented increases in carbon emissions, according to new research. The findings show that forests are...