Climate News

A digest of interesting news about climate change from around the world, compiled by us.

The Still-Burning Bush

The Still-Burning Bush by Stephen J. Pyne (Updated Edition - 2020). 'Long a fire continent, Australia now finds itself at the leading edge of a fire epoch.' 'Stephen Pyne is a Regents' Professor for Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences. He has written over 30 books, mostly on the history and management of wildland and rural fire.' Available in Paperback and Kindle through Amazon. >>

Perovskite Solar Cells

Details and Latest Developments of Perovskite solar cells. >>

Food Crisis

Is a Food Crisis the next big hit for humanity? by Julian Cribb (Australian author and science communicator and a fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Science and Engineering (ATSE) and a member of the Australian National University Emeritus Faculty.) >>

Changes in Tropical Cyclones

Detected climatic change in global distribution of tropical cyclones. Research article (PNAS Journal - National Academy of Sciences, USA) >>

Coronavirus Economic Recovery

Economic Recovery hoped to prioritise renewable projects. Coronavirus Recovery Report Chaired by a former Business Council of Australia president. 'Examining additional sources of low cost abatement: expert panel report' >>

Greening the Recovery

The International Monetary Fund. from their 'Special Series on Fiscal Policies to Respond to COVID-19' >>

Sustainable Recovery from COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Thinking ahead: For a sustainable recovery from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) The World Bank >>

Energy Demand Solutions

The Centre for Research into Transformative Energy Solutions (Oxford University) 'Over the last 25 years we have developed an international track record for research in climate, ecosystems and energy and a growing expertise in the fields of food and water.' >>

Transitioning To A Sustainable Economy

How can we transition to a world that is cleaner, safer, smarter, and more prosperous? Oxford Martin School Post-Carbon Transition Project (Oxford University) Incremental change along existing paradigms will fall short... >>

Liquefied Hydrogen Carrier Launched

The World's First Liquefied Hydrogen Carrier [ship] Launched. >>