Climate News Network
Publishes a daily news story on climate and energy. Our mission has always been to provide reliable, accessible climate science journalism in order to inform a world where climate misinformation is commonplace and where climate change still isn't a mainstream concern.
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Fire and drought could trigger Amazon collapse
Amazon collapse could soon mean the end of one of Earth's richest habitats, leaving the rainforest destroyed by humans.
Lessons of Covid-19: Taking stock for next time
The lessons of Covid-19 are stark: tragedy, horror and loss for millions. They are eloquent for the climate crisis ahead.
Climate Assembly UK: Act now to save our planet
Climate Assembly UK tells British politicians to act faster on climate change. France and Ireland echo its message.
Supply chains generate massive carbon emissions
When it comes to cutting carbon emissions, think global. Think multinational. Think Coca-Cola, or Total. But don't fly.
Lentils can feed the world -- and save wildlife too
Wildlife could flourish if humans opted for a better diet. Think of humble, healthy lentils as the green choice.
UK nuclear industry seeks subsidies for survival
The UK nuclear industry hopes the British government will go on subsidising it, despite the existence of cheaper fuels.
Wilder shores of science yield new ideas on climate
New ideas on climate mean earthquake scientists know more about global heating and astronomers worry over rising warmth.
€¨Europe warns of Brazilian trade boycott over fires
Appalled by more forest loss and worse wildfires, eight European countries warn of a possible Brazilian trade boycott.
Seas and forests are muddying the carbon budget
As climates change, forests may not absorb more carbon as expected. But a new carbon budget could appeal to the oceans.
Abnormal heat spreads floods and wildfires globally
From the Arctic Circle to tropical Africa, abnormal heat is bringing mayhem and destruction and costing lives.