This week in climate news - 11 February 2018

The most popular articles from the past week.

Cricket and golf join snowsports under threat from climate change

Skiing industry in Scotland could be finished within 50 years Cricket hit by increased rainfall while links suffer coastal erosion. The future of snowsports is under threat, according to a report into the impact of climate change on grassroots and elite sport. Related: Cape Town faces Day Zero: what happens when the city turns off the taps?. Continue reading... »
7 February 2018, 03:50 - guardian - Search similar - Email

Greenpeace appeals after losing Norwegian Arctic drilling lawsuit

Environmental groups launched an appeal on Monday after an Oslo court rejected their arguments that Norway's oil and gas exploration in the Arctic violates citizens' right to a clean environment. »
5 February 2018, 13:51 - reuters - Search similar - Email

Climate change is increasing flood risks in Europe | John Abraham

A new study finds strong agreement that flood risks in central and western Europe are rising due to global warming. As humans continue to emit greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, the world continues to warm. We see that warming everywhere – in the atmosphere, in the oceans, with rising sea levels, and melting ice. »
8 February 2018, 14:41 - guardian - Search similar - Email

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