Ocean acidification could have a massively damaging impact on millions of people all over the world in the coming years and decades, according to a new study from the University of Plymouth.
The marine environment is an important source of raw material for the global food sector.
Springwood's air quality is currently "hazardous" for pollution and smog levels, and parts of Wentworth Falls and Katoomba are now at "very poor" levels following the after effects of weekend hazard reductions.
The oceans may rise higher than we anticipated.
We should idle a third of Iowa’s acres from corn and soy production.
During the last round of debates in 2016, presidential hopefuls spent a whopping 5 minutes and 27 seconds talking about climate change.
How we talk about climate change is rapidly shifting as the ramifications of unchecked carbon pollution become ever clearer.
If climate change is allowed to continue at its current rate, the world may face a 6.5ft rise in ocean levels by the year 2100.
‘Policymakers essentially leverage the sector to help push for action’
The pilot study suggested that the longer companies delay decarbonisation to help cap a global temperatures rise at 2 degrees Celsius, the higher the costs will be.