Spain's drought worst on record, no relief seen
Reuters: Spain has suffered the driest year on record and meteorologists do not forecast enough rain in the coming months to top up drained reservoirs, the National Institute of Meteorology said on Monday.
Tropical Deforestation Affects Rainfall in the US and Around the World
Africa Leader>: "..of any of these tropical forests, Amazonia, Central Africa or Southeast Asia policies, especially since deforestation rates in tropical Africa, Southeast Asia.."
Ill winds that whisper the collapse of civilisation
Sydney Morning Herald: The hurricanes devastating the American coast are the wake-up call the world needs. Do nothing about climate change, and the collapse of civilisation is "inevitable", according to Dr Tim Flannery.
Aviation 'huge threat to CO2 aim'
BBC: If growth in air travel is not curbed UK homes and firms will have to cut CO2 emissions to zero, a report says.
Climate food crisis 'to deepen'
BBC: Climate change threatens to put far more people at risk of hunger over the next 50 years than previously thought, according to new research.
Climate change hurts Africa most: scientists
Reuters: Global warming has been blamed for increased cycles of drought across Africa, where millions this year face hunger and starvation.
Huge New Climate Coalition Launched
Friends of the Earth: Organisations with millions of supporters have today united to demand action on climate change. Eighteen campaign groups, including some of Britain's best known organisations, have joined forces to launch the biggest climate change coalition this country has ever seen.
'Warming link' to big hurricanes
BBC: Records over 35 years show that hurricanes have got stronger in recent times, according to a global study.
Climate Change Threatens Human Health, New Report Shows
Medical News Today: The Australian Medical Association (AMA) and the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) are calling for a national response to one of the world's most significant environmental threats - climate change and its effect on human health.
Report says global warming could spark conflict
Reuters: Rising world temperatures could cause a significant increase in disease across Asia and Pacific Island nations, leading to conflict and leaving hundreds of millions of people displaced, a new report said on Thursday.
Global warming forces Britain's birds to take flight
Independent: The Scottish crossbill may be going; the black kite may be coming. Climate change appears to be widely affecting Britain's wild birds, a study show
Global Warming Past The Point of No Return
AlterSlash: “The greatest fear is that the Arctic has reached a ‘tipping point’ beyond which nothing can reverse the continual.."Now that global warming is irreversible, we don’t have to modify our behaviour! No more Kyoto treaty, I can buy that giant SUV I’ve always wanted, and it doesn’t matter!