global warming

 
Editorial: Green ruling a win for all
Editorial: Green ruling a win for all
In a ruling this week, the high court has forced the government to account for climate change impacts in its planning. This comes after the...
​Power station in vicious circle with climate change
​Power station in vicious circle with climate change
Wildfires, spontaneous combustion of coal, floods, drought, angry people ... welcome to the future that coal-fired power stations will have to deal...
​Environment dept says its hands are tied in SA’s first climate change case
​Environment dept says its hands are tied in SA’s first climate change case
South Africa’s environmental affairs department is defending the construction of a coal-fired power station, because it doesn’t have the...
​It’ll cost R6.5-trillion to save the Arctic, but it’ll be worth it
​It’ll cost R6.5-trillion to save the Arctic, but it’ll be worth it
The world’s climate is changing at such a dramatic rate that the solutions have to be equally monumental to keep up. Where politicians fail to...
There's less time than we thought to combat climate change
There's less time than we thought to combat climate change
New research suggest that the world has less time to meet its global warming targets than originally believed and that “emissions targets may need...
New temperature measurements smash global warming denial
New temperature measurements smash global warming denial
You could be forgiven for thinking that global warming has paused. It’s a narrative that has been hammered home by columnists and politicians...
Governments remain silent about bids to geoengineer the climate
Governments remain silent about bids to geoengineer the climate
There’s a race happening that affects all of us. It involves planes spraying chemicals across the sky and robots tinkering with oceans’...
Wintertime and the livin’ is easy
Wintertime and the livin’ is easy
In the coming week, New York is bracing for snow and temperatures of -9°C.
Polar ice the size of India vanishes in record heat
Polar ice the size of India vanishes in record heat
Sea ice off Antarctica and in the Arctic is at record lows for this time of year after declining by twice the size of Alaska in a sign of rising...
Arctic melt threatens to unravel global climate
Arctic melt threatens to unravel global climate
The Arctic didn’t quite break its record for low ice cover this nothern summer. It came second. But temperatures on that top part of the world have...
​Aussie scientists give 1830 as the year when human-driven global warming kicked off
​Aussie scientists give 1830 as the year when human-driven global warming kicked off
The world was going through a natural warming cycle in 1830.

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