“Global warming is clearly happening. The crucial question is ‘How bad can it get?’”
“Our results suggest widespread declines in abundance and weight in Labrador Arctic Charr populations in the 1990’s that corresponds to both a well-documented cold temperature anomaly and declines in other species. “
“In what remains an exceptionally difficult time for us all, this funding is providing fast, tangible support to deliver long-lasting benefits to community based organisations while also helping them tackle climate change as we accelerate our just transition to a net zero society.”
The Caspian Sea is a land-locked lake, but it is the largest on the planet (371.000 km2), and quite salty. Since the 1990’s, the water level has been dropping a few centimeters every year. This drop will accelerate during the upcoming decades.
the Scottish Government will consult on a mandatory national food waste reduction target and the mandatory reporting of Scotland’s food surplus and waste by food businesses.
The moon controls one of the most formidable forces in nature – the tides that shape our coastlines. Tides, in turn, significantly affect the intensity of methane emissions from the Arctic Ocean seafloor.
“during the last century the North American capitalism shifted as much sediment as would be moved naturally in between 700 to 3000 years.”
A landmark study led by the University of Aberdeen has provided the clearest ever picture of ancient weather patterns in Europe – and could improve models used to predict how climate change will affect the Continent in future.
In less than 1 week Orbital Marine Power Ltd exceeded £1million on its investment crowdfund.
“While the aim is, first and foremost, to help secure the future of this species, the initiative also has importance for tropical limestone forest biodiversity more generally. “