Heatwaves over Europe have increased three to four times faster than in the rest of the northern mid-latitudes like the US or Canada, a new study finds. An international team of scientists looked at observational… Read More »Increase in western Europe heatwaves linked to changes in jet stream
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Substituting just a fifth of meat from cattle with microbial protein – a meat alternative produced in fermentation tanks – by 2050 could halve deforestation, a new analysis by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) now published… Read More »Fungi-based meat alternatives to help save Earth’s forests
Weather extremes can cause economic ripples along our supply chains. If they occur at roughly the same time the ripples start interacting and can amplify even if they occur at completely different places around the… Read More »The Ripple Factor: Economic losses from weather extremes can amplify each other across the world
The major Atlantic ocean current, to which also the Gulf stream belongs, may have been losing stability in the course of the last century. This is shown in a new study published in Nature Climate… Read More »Is AMOC, a major Atlantic ocean current system approaching a critical threshold?