Greenhouse gas emissions account for 60 per cent of humanity’s ecological footprint
Ratifiying landmark agreement would 'send a much-needed signal that the Government is serious about climate change following Brexit,' WWF says
Funding for some combined heat and power schemes is cut with just three weeks' notice, causing outrage among the renewable energy industry and farmers
However report says there's 'no reason to panic' as the worse effects are not expected for about 30 years
Methane gas is twice as potent as carbon dioxide in warming the Earth's atmosphere
'Products such as quinoa tend to be more profitable than more traditional forms of agriculture'
Average global temperature in first six months of the year was 1.3 degrees Celsius higher than 19th century – just 0.2 degrees below target set by world leaders to limit global warming
'If you are physically active in work, the hotter it is, the slower you work'
The trend was predicted by climate models and is likely to continue – unless there are major volcanic eruptions
The Indo-Pacific Warm Pool, where the water averages more than 28 degrees Celsius, has increased in size by about a third in 60 years
'There isn’t a wall at the equator separating the two hemispheres, and air is free to flow from one side to the other'
Other scientists have since dismissed the claims as 'total nonsense'
Sting can cause extreme pain for hours, paralysis and, occasionally, death of a human
'Fossil fuel combustion inflicts a multitude of serious health and developmental harms in children'
Scientists urge world leaders to take action to protect reefs amid the 'longest and most widespread coral bleaching event on record'
Institution has, however, blacklisted coal and tar sands companies