The world economy and maybe our species are increasingly at risk. Migrating fish are taking livelihoods with them and fires are burning across the planet, but new discoveries indicate that we can make meaningful changes if we act now.
Since the middle of the last century the oceans have absorbed almost 90% of the excess head trapped by greenhouse gas emissions. To beat the heat fish are moving to cooler water and taking livelihoods with them. Read the full story at The New York Times.
Realms as distant and diverse as Siberia, Amazonia, Indonesia, Australia and California are aflame. The advent of the "age of fire" is the bleakest warning yet that important climate boundaries have been breached. More in The Guardian.
Biochar ticks a lot of boxes in combating the climate emergency It traps carbon for centuries, boosts plant growth and provides a renewable heat source. It could even reduce methane from cows. The Guardian has the full story.