November 23, 2017

Pakistani Farmers Wait for Information on Groundwater Mapping

As water from tube-wells goes from sweet to salty, information on depth and quality of groundwater from an ambitious exercise to map the Upper Indus basin is yet to reach farmers in Pakistan. Read More »

What Does the Science Really Say About Sea-level Rise?

Could sea levels really rise by several meters this century. Probably not, although this century's greenhouse emissions could potentially set the stage for large rises in centuries to come. Read More »

The Disappearing Morel Mushrooms of Pakistan

Climate change and deforestation are wreaking havoc on the production of a rare mushroom species, impacting local communities and national exports. Read More »

The Hottest Year on Record Signals That Global Warming is Alive

Thanks to El Niño and climate change, last year broke temperature records – and reduces any importance attached to the global warming 'hiatus.' Read More »

Environmental Assessment for Kashmir Dam Breaks All Rules

A group of eminent people from across India have written of their concerns regarding the deeply flawed environmental impact assessment report for a new hydropower project in Jammu and Kashmir. Read More »

Five Things You Need to Know About the Paris Climate Deal

COP21 ended with an agreement that is at once both historic, important – and inadequate. Read More »

Faith Groups in Unprecedented Push for Climate Action

Religious leaders put their spiritual weight behind climate change. Read More »

Keystone XL Debate is Over, but Infrastructure Needs are Not

Climate advocates are cheering rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline, but both our fossil fuel and renewable energy infrastructure badly needs upgrading to tackle climate change. Read More »

Electric Aircraft – Aviation’s Future or Just Wishful Thinking?

With emissions targets to hit and oil running out, it's time to take electric planes seriously. Read More »

Fishing Ban Reflects How Fragile Arctic Ecosystem Is

A melting Arctic means new areas will be open to commercial fishing but scientists – and bordering countries – say they need time to study the ecological and economic risks. Read More »