climate

  • Climate secrets from the past

    Trees contain some of nature’s most accurate evidence of the past climatic conditions. Andrew Ellicott Douglass, a former professor at the University of Arizona teaching astronomy, discovered that trees are sensitive to local climate conditions, such as rain and temperature. Andrew made this discovery in his quest to further...
  • Outliving the climate meltdown

    Climate change is known to cause extreme weather events such as droughts, floods, hurricanes, storms, heat waves, wildfires, increasing sea water levels and more. These natural disasters destroy aquatic life, human life and settlements, and agriculture. They also cause water shortages that reduce the length of food growing seasons...
  • Dystopian climate future: how to avoid it?

      Climate action planning strategies and debate has been riddled with shortsighted perspective, describing a future in terms of 2050 and at most 2100. But what is our legacy? How will humanity pass to be known in the long-term history? Futuristic world has been portrayed, in movies, as dystopian...
  • Will the G7 Walk the Climate Talk?

    2015 is a crucial year for climate change resilience. In December, the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) is going to take place in Paris. For the sake of our future and the world’s, it will be necessary to reach an enforceable international agreement on the restraint of...
  • How are conflict and climate change related?

    2015 is a watershed moment for climate change. Urgent actions are required to prevent the worst of these effects, like diminished air quality, degradation of food and water supplies, and worsening health threats. The UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention to Climate Change) that took place in Doha 2012 concluded that...
  • Nigeria: new government, new life?

    May 29, 2015 was a remarkable day for Nigeria as a nation, when the handing over took place and a new government mounted the saddle. Lots of promises were made to tackle climate change and environment issues. With this, fellow citizens are now ready to track and see how...
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