This week in climate news - 19 June 2016
The most popular articles from the past week.
Campaigners accuse the government of sitting on a potentially explosive report from its official advisers on the impact of fracking for shale gas. Pressure is growing on the UK government to release a report into the impacts of shale gas fracking, which campaigners have accused ministers of suppressing. »
Exclusive: scientists find no trace of the Bramble Cay melomys, a small rodent that was the only mammal endemic to Great Barrier Reef. »
Scientists warn that global warming target will be overshot within two decades, as annual concentrations of CO2 set to pass 400 parts per million in 2016. Atmospheric concentrations of CO2 will shatter the symbolic barrier of 400 parts per million (ppm) this year and will not fall below it our in our lifetimes, according to a new Met Office study. »
Sign up to receive this weekly overview by email. »