What the IPCC’s latest climate change report says – in figures that highlight how emissions are still increasing & actions we need to take to limit warming.
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The Amazon is Earth’s largest tropical rainforest with its own self-sustainaing regional climate and hydrological system. It contains a diversity of forests – from montane to mangroves – across a range of distinct soils and substrates, supported by a biogeochemically-diverse riverine network that drives extensive seasonal rainfall. It has been […]
All these reports and observations are a clarion call, telling us that we do not have a choice anymore. We must adopt more sustainable systems for our own survival. It is time to wake up. Read more
AirVisual and Greenpeace have jointly published the World Air Quality Report for 2018, ranking over 3000 cities based on their pollution levels. Out of the total 64% exceeded the WHO’s annual exposure guideline for fine particulate matter, also known as PM2.5. In the Middle-East and Africa all (100%) of the […]
Water is such an extremely fundamental right that it seems strange that everyone doesn’t have access to it. It is SDG 6. Many countries are are water stressed and many people don’t have access to safe drinking water. #WorldWaterDay #WorldWaterDay2019 Read
While we have been seeing early onset of spring and and enjoying an unusually warm February, there are some worrying issues at hand too. On Tuesday, UK residents were warned to restrict outdoor activities because of an increase in pollution in many areas in the country. Our warm weather is […]
A giant tortoise from the Galapagos, from a species last seen in 1906, has been found. Chelonoidis phantasticus or the Fernandina Giant tortoise was found on Fernandina island and is believed to be a 100 years old female. It is hoped that other individuals of the species will also be […]
The Bramble Cay melomys was a rodent that lived solely on a tiny sand island in the Torres Strait, near the coast of Papua New Guinea. It has not been seen since 2009 and in 2016 it was described as the first mammalian extinction caused by climate change. Now the […]
In January 2019, the Liverpool City Region declared 2019 as the official Year of the Environment, the City Region’s contribution to the national Year of Green Action. This is a cross-agency programme and entails a year of activities, which will engage communities with nature, reducing waste and improving health and […]