Climate change ‘could make Siberia habitable by the end of the century’

Researchers suggest by 2080, Asian Russia could have a milder climate, with significantly less permafrost coverage

Continued emissions ‘could see 58% of Earth break heat records every year’

Researchers at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology in Melbourne say developing nations and island states are likely to be the worst affected

Heatwave in 2018 ‘could not have occurred without human-caused climate change’

Scientists say soaring temperatures are likely to become much more frequent unless significant decarbonisation is achieved

Methane emissions from US industry ‘100 times higher than reported’

Researchers suggests any leaks along the natural gas supply chain could make it a more significant contributor to climate change than previously thought

Climate change could prove an ‘existential threat’ by 2050

A new report warns policymakers must act on existing scientific evidence to divert a climate catastrophe

Scotland
Scotland could be in the grips of a climate apocalypse ‘by as early as 2030’

That’s the chilling prediction from Francesca Osowska, CEO of Scottish Natural Heritage, who urged the government, businesses and individuals to take action

Puffins
Could climate change be the cause of thousands of puffin deaths?

New research led by scientists at the University of Washington suggests changing temperatures are disrupting food chains and may have caused a population of sea birds to starve

Greta Thunberg and Arnold Schwarzenegger
Greta Thunberg and Arnie team up to terminate climate change

The 16-year-old climate activist and Hollywood star met at the launch of a conference to speed up progress towards the Paris Agreement

London’s cycle strike takes climate action up a gear

Earlier today climate activists on bikes formed a convoy to block traffic across the capital city and raise awareness about low carbon transport

Climate change protest in the UK
UK public ‘more concerned than ever before about climate change’

That’s according to the latest BEIS Public Attitude Tracker, which is now on its 29th wave of finding out what the UK public think about a variety of energy issues