A testimony on the impact of climate change on people, and specifically, on public health.
Hothouse Earth could be a reality, scientists warn. One that would devastate the human race if we are not cautious.
When you see the Arctic circle on fire, you know you’ve got a problem.
Dodging bombs while you save the environment. Zimbabwe can do it all, it seems…
Bad news if you’re a south-coaster.
Africa’s ancient and instantly recognisable baobab trees which have lived for millennia have suddenly begun dying within the space of a few years of one another.
Get to know the government’s latest anti-pollution measures
The year isn’t over yet, but we can already be sure that 2017 will be among the hottest years on record for the globe. While the global average surface temperature won’t match what we saw in 2016, it is now very likely that it will be one of the three warmest years on record, according to […]
Somebody tell Donald…
The devastating floods have had a horrific impact on the sub-continent
British born and Cape Town based endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh has completed an epic one-kilometre swim in the Arctic, to raise awareness of runaway climate change in the region. The swim took place along the edge of the Arctic sea ice in -0.5°C waters and was completed in a bracing 22 minutes.
But of course, there was a bit of shade thrown at Elon Musk too.
Usually when you disagree with nearly every scientist on earth, it means you’ve got something wrong.
Not a lot of time at all…
But Donald Trump still reckons climate change is a hoax.
US President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the US Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, publicly questions the existence of climate change.
For the first time ever, the disappearance of a species has been down solely to climate change.
Scientists think Africa is particularly vulnerable to climate change due to its poverty levels, large areas with scarce water sources and rain-fed agricultural production. This factsheet, the second on the topic of climate change, explores these reasons.
Sometimes, living at the tip of Africa means you feel separated from the general concerns of the rest of the world, but in the case of climate change, it’s fallen directly on our doorstep.
His name’s Prince Ea and he created this in honour of #EarthDay
The thing, the Abominable Snowman, Alien vs Predator. Some of the most terrifying things about vast expanses of ice is the isolation. What if you found yourself in the middle of this chilling event?
One country’s trash is another country’s treasure, as the EU might soon find out when it introduces a ban on a host of high performance electrical appliances
Pioneer swimmer Lewis Pugh is taking to the seas again. During the month of August 2014, the United Nations Patron of the Oceans will be the first person to undertake long distance swims in each of the Seven Seas to highlight the importance of marine protected areas
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