This week in climate news - 11 June 2017

The most popular articles from the past week.

Breeding pairs of birds cooperate to resist climate change

Most bird chicks need parental care to survive. In biparental species the chicks have greater chances of success if both parents participate in this task, especially under hostile situations. An international team of scientists has revealed that when temperatures rise, males and females in pairs of plovers shift incubation more frequently. »
5 June 2017, 21:31 - sciencedaily - Search similar - Email

EU seeks climate allies among U.S. cities, states, EU's Sefcovic says

The European Union is looking for allies among cities and states to save the Paris Agreement after the federal government of the United States withdrew from the accord last week, EU Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic said on Monday. »
5 June 2017, 19:30 - reuters - Search similar - Email

Climate change and the world’s oceans

The vital link between oceans and climate change is among the issues at the forefront of discussions at the United Nations Ocean Conference taking place in New York from 5 to 9 June. »
5 June 2017, 23:20 - UN - Search similar - Email

Marine reserves help mitigate against climate change, say scientists

Highly protected marine reserves can help mitigate against the impacts of climate change, a study by a team of international scientists has concluded. »
6 June 2017, 03:40 - sciencedaily - Search similar - Email

World's energy system not on track to meet climate goals: IEA

Barely one tenth of renewable energy technology is ready to meet long-term climate change targets as governments have failed to adequately support large-scale deployment, a report by the International Energy Agency showed on Tuesday. »
6 June 2017, 14:30 - reuters - Search similar - Email

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