Tropical cyclones have become more intense around the globe in the past four decades, with more destructive storms forming more often, according to a study that further confirms the theory that warming oceans would drive more dangerous cyclones.
Guardian 20th May 2020 read more »
DEPRIVED parts of Glasgow still lack essential green infrastructure, scientists have said, which will leave people living in them more exposed to the effects of climate change. Researchers say the city is facing climate change risks such as flooding and overheating and that, by 2050, its climate will be very similar to that in London today. The Dear Green Place needs more greenery, and the team says it has demonstrated that a green infrastructure – trees, greens, parks and meadows – has the potential to reduce flooding and provide some cooling during the summer months.
The National 20th May 2020 read more »