Thanks to an inventory of over 6 million trees across five countries, scientists have produced the first continuous maps of the floristic and functional composition of the tropical forests of Central Africa, allowing them to identify the most vulnerable areas to climate change and human pressure.
A new grant from the European Research Council will fund an international research project on negative emissions technologies.
An hydrological model reveals new zones where malaria may develop due to climate change.
Knowledge about prehistoric farming cultures can be used to provide insights on human societal responses to climate change.
An example of a worsening retroaction between two SDGs : climate action (SDG13) and zero hunger (SDG2).
The Turkish Academy of Sciences just published a report about climate change and its impact on health.
The importance of oceanography is massively underestimated in Africa, according to Rondrotiana Barimalala, the only woman from francophone Africa to be named a 2020 fellow of the Future Leaders-African Independent Research (FLAIR) programme.
There is a double challenge, to change competely global energy production so that everybody get enough without adding greenhouse gases emissions.
A report synthesize the current knowledge from oceanic and atmospheric sciences about the El Niño -Southern Oscillation, one of the most influential weather phenomenon over the world.
The use of antibiotics in aquaculture is likely to increase with climate change, leading to the emergence of more resistant bacteria.