March 2014

   

A CLEAR SIGNAL

The unprecedented summer ice melt in 2012 is a sign of things to come in the Arctic, writes Mark Rowe

 

A CONTINENT IN PIECES

Mark Rowe surveys the impact of climate change in Antarctica

 

THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

The oceans are absorbing much of the heat added by climate change. Mark Rowe explores the consequences

 

UNNATURAL ACTS

Geordie Torr discusses the natural world’s response to climate change

 

DROUGHTS AND FLOODING RAINS

A changing climate means changing rainfall patterns, writes Kit Gillet

 

THE BIG MELT

Globally, glaciers are receding, providing an unambiguous sign that the climate is changing. Geordie Torr reports

 

THE TIDE IS TURNING

Extreme weather and rising sea levels are affecting communities around the world. Mark Rowe reports

 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

From unpredictable weather to the spread of pests, climate change is making life increasingly precarious for farmers. Hazel Southam reports

 

MIND OVER MATTER

Stephan Lewandowsy and Lorraine Whitmarsh explore the reasons why people continue to deny that climate change is taking place

 

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