This week in climate news - 29 October 2017

The most popular articles from the past week.

BBC apologises over interview with climate sceptic Lord Lawson

Exclusive: Lawson’s claim that global temperatures are not rising went unchallenged, breaching guidelines on accuracy and impartiality. The BBC has apologised for an interview with the climate sceptic Lord Lawson after admitting it had breached its own editorial guidelines for allowing him to claim that global temperatures have not risen in the past decade. »
24 October 2017, 19:20 - guardian - Search similar - Email

U.S. companies act on climate despite Trump: survey

U.S. companies are still among the most ambitious in setting targets to combat global warming despite President Donald Trump's plans to quit the 195-nation Paris climate agreement, a 2017 survey showed on Tuesday. »
24 October 2017, 04:40 - reuters - Search similar - Email

What does a sexist google engineer teach us about women in science? | John Abraham

The Google engineer’s infamous sexist manifesto is contradicted by the brilliance of women in science. What does a sexist Google engineer teach us about women in science? Nothing. Continue reading... »
25 October 2017, 14:21 - guardian - Search similar - Email

Food ruined by drought could feed more than 80m a day, says World Bank

Bank calls for water to be treated as valuable resource as study into impact details lack of water’s devastating lifelong scars on children The food produce destroyed by droughts would be enough to feed a country with a population the size of Germany’s every day for a year, the World Bank has reported. »
24 October 2017, 16:11 - guardian - Search similar - Email

Trump Administration Is Launching a Weather and Climate Satellite

The Joint Polar Satellite System 1 (JPSS) will serve multiple functions, even as it has been described by the White House as an important tool to help prepare for future storms -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com. »
24 October 2017, 22:41 - scientificamerican - Search similar - Email

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