Company boss says inventor of new technique should get Nobel Prize
'To effectively prepare for future hurricanes, we need to know what coastal cities will be facing in the coming decades'
Forests covering an area the same size as Denmark have been lost to fires caused by climate change in the US West over the past 30 years, researchers say
'Sajid Javid seems to almost be saying that fracking is good for the environment,' campaigner says
Rising temperatures may be too much for bacteria that form a mutually beneficial relationship with many animals
Expert says the 'breakneck speed' at which the Paris deal is being ratified could be because of '16 straight months of record-breaking temperatures'
Our leaders don’t care about climate change because we don’t – or not nearly enough of us
Average temperature could rise to two degrees Celsius above the norm by 2050 or ‘even sooner’
The sudden increase in the death rate could be due to rising sea temperatures or a shortage of food
Former Conservative Chancellor says carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that warms the atmosphere – but says the UK would be ‘crazy’ to do anything about it
The organisation is trying to raise awareness of global warming
UK expert Sir David King says we are at 'a critical turning point in our development'
'There were some centuries when the country was very hot and warm and then there were different centuries with so much rain and cold'
Declaring we now live in the ‘Anthropocene’ would reflect the impact of artificial changes to the Earth's climate, chemistry, lifeforms and even the rocks of the future
However the current rate of sea level rise is expected to cause serious problems for major coastal cities over the next century – and Pacific islands are already disappearing beneath the waves
Last known case of the deadly disease was in Somalia in 1977, but Russian scientists investigating an anthrax outbreak have found the virus's DNA in corpses once entombed in the frozen ground