Climate change not only poses enormous dangers to the planet, but also harms human health.
What determines someone’s climate change attitude, and how does it translate into voting?
Population growth plays a role in environmental damage and climate change.
In cities around the world, temperatures could rise by more than 4℃ by 2100 under a high-emissions climate change scenario.
Getting ahead of climate change challenges is now a pressing need across our economy and society.
Polling by The Australia Institute shows climate change and its impacts remain a prominent concern to Australians, even amid the upheaval and uncertainty wrought by COVID-19.
The protests were part of the ‘Fridays for Future’ movement that was made famous by Greta Thunberg.
To slow climate change, humanity has two main options: reduce greenhouse gas emissions directly or find ways to remove them from the atmosphere.
As the Earth continues to warm, we expect an even stronger human fingerprint on extreme glacier mass loss in the coming decades.
We know the climate changes as greenhouse gas concentrations rise, but the exact amount of expected warming remains uncertain.