Related topics: climate change

Dimming Sun's rays could ease climate impacts in Africa

Dialling down the Sun's heat a notch by injecting billions of shiny sulphur dioxide particles into the stratosphere could curtail devastating drought across parts of Africa, new peer-reviewed research has reported.

Siberian primrose has not had time to adapt to climate change

Siberian primrose, a species protected under the Habitats Directive of the European Union, spread northward from southern areas to the current Bothnian Bay as well as, through another route, to northern Norway with the gradually ...

UN climate chief: pledges by big polluters boost Paris hopes

The U.N.'s climate chief says deadlines set by some of the world's top polluters to end greenhouse gas emissions, along with president-elect Joe Biden's pledge to take the United States back into the Paris accord, have boosted ...

Time for scientists to speak up and be heard

Science and scientists are being viewed more positively by people across the Asia-Pacific, Europe, the US and other regions and countries as the COVID-19 pandemic peaks. Yet, ironically, despite the positive perception, people ...

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