Tag Archive: climate change

Together we have the power to change threats into opportunities writes Maria Beger. This blog was first published in Nature Ecology and Evolution, 13 December 2017 Sunday night’s Blue Planet II episode was an epic and wonderfully presented rollercoaster of both the great conservation achievements and the threats to marine...

Looking out of my office window onto a cold, windy February morning, I understand how such weather can make some people wonder how these conditions can be consistent with global warming. The British weather has always been a hot topic of conversation, indeed weather at either end of the scale — scorching...

Two worrying stories have dominated climate news this week. The first is  President Elect Donald Trump’s alarming stance on climate change. Although in favour of urgent action before the 2009 UN climate summit in Copenhagen, he’s promised to pull out of the Paris Agreement immediately, claimed that climate science is a...

Is the UK’s world-leading climate legislation as good as it should be? Priestley Centre member Kate Scott, winner of the Piers Sellers PhD Prize for exceptional climate research, and colleague Marco Sakai introduce a blog written for The Conversation that argues we need to up our game A major new climate...