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Climate spirals

By Ed Hawkins

Effectively communicating climate change is a challenge. The animated climate spiral is a different way to show the historically observed changes and resonates with a broad audience. The original version quickly went viral, being seen millions of times on facebook and twitter.


Mapped: How climate change affects extreme weather around the world

In the early 2000s, a new field of climate-science research emerged that began to explore the human fingerprint on extreme weather, such as floods, heatwaves, droughts and storms. Known as “extreme event attribution”, the field has gained momentum, not only in the science world, but also in the media and public imagination. These studies have […]


Our Impact on Climate Change and Global Land Use in 5 Charts

By Nick Routley

In addition to tackling emissions in our cities and transportation networks, we’ll need to substantially change the way we use our land and rethink our entire agricultural system if we’re serious about mitigating the impact of climate change.


Interactive: How climate change could threaten the world’s traditional dishes

By Daisy Dunne Design by Tom Prater

Climate change is likely to alter the way that the world grows, trades and enjoys food. Warming temperatures could cause growing conditions to change – meaning that a crop that was once suited to its climate may need to be grown elsewhere. Rising temperatures in the oceans, too, could drive fish and other seafood out […]


Climate change: Where we are in seven charts and what you can do to help

By BBC News US

As representatives of 200 countries gather in Poland for UN talks on climate change, we look at how hot the world has gotten and what can we can all do to tackle global warming. Another BBC piece here on what can be done to help. 


Stunning Maps Show How We’ve Changed The Face of Earth Over The Last 25 Years

By David Nield

Our planet is constantly changing each and every day, and now thanks to researchers at the University of Cincinnati, we can see some of those shifts mapped over the course of a quarter of a century.


Temperature Anomalies by Country 1880-2017

By Antti Lipponen

It took 200,000 years for our human population to reach 1 billion—and only 200 years to reach 7 billion. But growth has begun slowing, as women have fewer babies on average. When will our global population peak? And how can we minimize our impact on Earth’s resources, even as we approach 11 billion?