January 1, 2017 — Tropical cyclones—which include all hurricanes, typhoons, tropical storms and tropical depressions—are expected to change in intensity, frequency, location, and seasonality as a result of climate change. Many of the tropical cyclones of 2016 exhibited the type of behavior we expect to see more of due to global warming. Here, then, is a “top ten” list of 2016 tropical cyclone events of the type we should expect to see more of due to global warming. Continue reading Top Ten Tropical Cyclone Events of 2016 Potentially Influenced by Climate Change→
Two subsidiaries of Lopez-led corporation will spearhead decarbonisation efforts of the group’s non-energy subsidiaries as added support in their campaign vs climate change
May 25, 2016 — Scientific studies have identified the power generation industry, especially carbon-intensive coal-fired power plants, as one of the main reasons behind adverse weather patterns associated with climate change, such as floods, droughts, as well as more destructive and more frequent typhoons. Continue reading FPH, subs to draw up low-carbon roadmap→
The Paris Agreement to try to cap global warming at 1.5ºC was a stunning political victory for poor countries threatened by climate change – but scientists tasked with explaining how to get there are less than thrilled
PARIS, France (Apr. 23, 2016) — The Paris Agreement to try to cap global warming at 1.5ºC was a stunning political victory for poor countries threatened by climate change.
Experts at the World Economic Forum in Davos urge mankind to prevent a global catastrophe
DAVOS, Switzerland (Jan. 21, 2016) — Humanity must stop burning coal, oil and gas to power the global economy or face an irreversible climate catastrophe, scientists, business chiefs and analysts warned at an elite gathering in the Swiss Alps.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon urges residents to follow orders amid the historic flooding
CHICAGO, United States (Jan. 1, 2016) — Residents in the flood-ravaged US state of Missouri waited anxiously Thursday, December 31 (January 1 in Manila) to see how high the mighty Mississippi River would rise, as the death toll from the record-breaking deluge rose to 14.