Greenbang’s weekly Climate Change Index tracks research findings and events directly attributable to global warming. Our aim is to provide a numerical, week-to-week indicator of climate change developments. Items that qualify for listing in each week’s index include new climate data published in peer-reviewed academic journals and extreme weather... Read more
Greenbang’s weekly Climate Change Index tracks research findings and events directly attributable to global warming. Our aim is to provide a numerical, week-to-week indicator of climate change developments. Items that qualify for listing in each week’s index include new climate data published in peer-reviewed academic journals and extreme weather... Read more
Greenbang’s weekly Climate Change Index tracks research findings and events directly attributable to global warming. Our aim is to provide a numerical, week-to-week indicator of climate change developments. Items that qualify for listing in each week’s index include new climate data published in peer-reviewed academic journals and extreme weather... Read more
Greenbang’s weekly Climate Change Index tracks research findings and events directly attributable to global warming. Our aim is to provide a numerical, week-to-week indicator of climate change developments. Items that qualify for listing in each week’s index include new climate data published in peer-reviewed academic journals and extreme weather... Read more
The carbon reduction pledges being made ahead of next week’s climate talks in Copenhagen are worse than just so much hot air … they’re putting the world on track to double its emissions over the next 30 years. That’s according to a new assessment by the “Climate Action Tracker,”... Read more
Britain’s infrastructure will need innovative engineering in years to come to better protect the country from threats caused by climate change. “The floods of last month, and the collapse of bridges, show us how much a resilient infrastructure matters,” said Environment Secretary Hilary Benn while speaking at a joint... Read more
Greenbang’s weekly Climate Change Index tracks research findings and events directly attributable to global warming. Our aim is to provide a numerical, week-to-week indicator of climate change developments. Items that qualify for listing in each week’s index include new climate data published in peer-reviewed academic journals and extreme weather... Read more
Climate negotiators meeting in Copenhagen next month might or might not come up with an agreed-upon treatment for the planet’s fever, but the diagnosis from the world’s scientists is loud and clear: the globe is warming faster than anyone predicted and it’s vital that we start cutting carbon emissions... Read more
Greenbang’s weekly Climate Change Index tracks research findings and events directly attributable to global warming. Our aim is to provide a numerical, week-to-week indicator of climate change developments. Items that qualify for listing in each week’s index include new climate data published in peer-reviewed academic journals and extreme weather... Read more
Setting long-term emissions reductions targets to curb climate change is the wrong way to go, as it “gives the impression that there is time to delay,” according to scientists from the Centre for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO) in Oslo, Norway. “Failure to start curbing emissions soon comes... Read more