Corals in deep-sea environments fluoresce to ‘amplify’ the amount of light they receive, and generate critical photosynthesis in symbiotic algae.
A recent study suggests a unique solution to ‘re-stocking’ arctic sea ice being destroyed by increasing global temperatures
Have historical records underestimated global sea level rise?
We interviewed UK politicians, environment advocates and students who attended the Imperial College Climate Symposium last month.
Anna Ikarashi on how agriculture today will make it harder for future generations to feed themselves
It’s IVF, Jim, but…. Mary Hagedorn is preserving coral biodiversity with giant condoms
Longannet Power Station For many years the idea of carbon capture and storage has been floating around as a solution to global warming. But is it viable? With the government’s publication of a roadmap for carbon capture and storage (CCS) earlier this month, and the inclusion of CCS in the Committee on Climate Change’s recent […]