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Climate change

Mosquitoes 'could bring deadly diseases to the UK'

One-Minute Read
Mon 23 Mar, AT 12:10

Climate change means mosquitoes carrying dengue fever could populate parts of Britain, scientists warn

Doomsday Clock

Will the Doomsday Clock tick down to destruction tomorrow?

Briefing
Wed 21 Jan, AT 14:37

Scientists meet to discuss how close mankind now is to ensuring its own destruction.

Climate change pollution

Most fossil fuels 'unusable' under climate change goals

One-Minute Read
Thu 8 Jan, AT 09:06

New research means much of the reserves held by major oil and gas companies could become worthless

Warbler

Birds 'sense' severe weather to flee tornado danger

One-Minute Read
Fri 19 Dec, AT 11:50

Underground sound waves may have alerted songbirds to dangerous weather, allowing them to escape

China's Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli

Climate Summit: China to take action on emissions

Summary
Wed 24 Sep, AT 12:13

US and China 'embrace' their responsibility to combat the global effects of climate change

New York, People's Climate March

Climate change marches: hundreds of thousands demand action

One-Minute Read
Mon 22 Sep, AT 09:42

Protesters including politicians and celebrities warn climate change is 'biggest threat humanity has faced'

Emissions spew out of a large stack at the coal fired Morgantown Generating Station, Maryland

Ten steps to 'tackle climate change and grow economy'

One-Minute Read
Wed 17 Sep, AT 13:12

UN-backed report claims reducing emissions can generate better growth than a high-carbon model

Greenland ice climate change

UN summit on climate change in Lima: can deal be reached?

Briefing
Mon 1 Dec, AT 11:52

Diplomats hopeful of a global agreement after more than two decades of failed attempts

The Bisson family farm in Topsham, UK.

Climate change: why meat is a bigger threat than cars

Briefing
Mon 1 Sep, AT 12:30

Researchers say we need to cut our red meat consumption down to two portions a week to save the planet

The view of Earth in handout image provided by NASA

Earth 'on brink of mass extinction event'

One-Minute Read
Fri 20 Jun, AT 10:03

Deforestation and climate change drive extinction rates to 1,000 times their normal level

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