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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Paris climate goals may be beyond reach
Scientists find carbon dioxide is more potent than thought, meaning the Paris climate goals on cutting greenhouse gases may be unattainable.
Climate migrants still face "immense disaster'
There's hope for many people seeking better lives as generosity offers them a real welcome. But for climate migrants serious doubts persist.
UK's nuclear future hangs on electricity tax
The new British prime minister, Boris Johnson, must soon decide whether to save the UK's nuclear future with an unpopular electricity tax.
New forests mean permanently lower river flows
Planting trees helps to combat the climate crisis by cutting greenhouse gases. But the price can be permanently lower river flows.
Physicians press climate emergency button
If you were doubtful before, the news that British doctors are now acting to limit the climate emergency may prompt a rethink.
Australia's sunshine could spare its blazing forests
The hellish sight of Australia's blazing forests threatens to become all too familiar. But the future doesn't have to be like this. ¨ ¨
Geo-engineering could make poor countries richer
There is still no certainty that geo-engineering could save the world. But, paradoxically, if it did work it might repair climate injustice.
Nuclear power "cannot rival renewable energy'
Far from tackling climate change, nuclear power is an expensive distraction whose safety is threatened by wildfires and floods, experts say.
Australia ablaze: Up close and in your face
One of today's most respected climate scientists is Michael Mann. On 1 January The Guardian published his eyewitness account of what Australia's catastrophic bushfires are doing, and why.
Ice-free Arctic Ocean allowed ancient carbon leaks
As the world warms, more greenhouse gas will enter the atmosphere. Researchers now think an ice-free Arctic Ocean explains how and why.