Ocean heat content in the upper layers of our seas reached another record high in 2022, according to an international study published in January.
Agreement between EU Parliament and Council on sustainability targets for batteries, covering the whole value chain from extraction to disposal.
Severe climate change and unpredictable weather events have caused the world’s largest man-made lake to lose more than 98% of its water.
Coral reef “song” studied by artificial intelligence
An artificial intelligence has been programmed by Exeter University researchers to monitor the health of coral reefs by studying their sounds.
There is no hope for half of Earth’s glaciers
A study published by Science tells us that even if the most ambitious climate targets are met, half of Earth’s glaciers will not survive.
How will sea level rise change the UK coastline?
Increasing global average temperatures cause sea levels to rise and threaten the homes and livelihoods of many coastal communities in northern Europe.
Greta Thunberg has joined the protests against the Lützerath coal mine
On 14th January, thousands of people protested against the expansion of the Lützerath coal mine. And the police detained Greta Thunberg.
10 new species discovered in 2022
Let’s meet some of the new species that were discovered in 2022. There are still countless others left to find and describe.