Environment Minister Rebecca Pow told The Telegraph: 'Tackling climate change and the impact on our environment is both a national and international priority, and the UK is already leading the fight against it by delivering on our world-leading target of Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. … [Read more...] about Anchovies and oysters could replace cod and eels in British waters by 2050 as climate change warms the seas
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'It's important to note that the wider effects for the UK and beyond will be very negative as import costs rise steeply and the costs of most goods climb,' he said. … [Read more...] about Crop yields in Britain will PLUMMET if climate change causes vital ocean currents from the tropics to collapse resulting in a temperature drop of 6°F and reduced rainfall
The scientists of the review are from the University of East Anglia, University of Exeter, Imperial College London, Met Office Hadley Centre – a government-backed UK research centre – and CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, a department of Australia’s science research agency. … [Read more...] about Australia’s deadly bushfires could become commonplace as scientific review shows human-induced climate change is fuelling wildfires around the world
Back in Freiburg, the local club is dealing with local problems. SC Freiburg cooperate with the World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) on nature-protection projects in the Black Forest, the woodland which dominates the region. The project involves regularly educating local children and teenagers about climate change and how they can live more environmentally friendly lives. … [Read more...] about Bundesliga: United against climate change?
Hansen told the court the UK was the world's biggest carbon polluter on a per person basis since industrialisation so the onus was on the UK to lead the way in phasing out coal plants.Gerry put it to him: "its grandma"s fault." Hansen responded: "Yes but grandma didn't know about it. We do now." … [Read more...] about Climate change protesters’ anger was justifiable, says Nasa scientist