Tim Radford, Climate News Network
Tim Radford worked for the Guardian for 32 years, for most of that time as science editor. He has been covering climate change since 1988. He joined the New Zealand Herald as a reporter at 16, and moved to the United Kingdom in 1961, to spend almost all his working life in weekly, evening or daily newspapers.
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Friday, February 26, 2016
World's Carbon Budget is Only Half As Big As Thought
Climate scientists have bad news for governments, energy companies, motorists, passengers and citizens everywhere in the world: to contain global warming to the limits agreed by 195 nations in Paris last December, they will have to cut fossil fuel combustion at an even faster rate than anybody had...
Sunday, October 04, 2015
Warmer Winters Slow the Growth of Forest Giants
LONDON—Spring is arriving ever earlier as greenhouse gas levels rise and global temperatures warm, and the northern hemisphere growing season is now two weeks longer than it was in 1900. But, paradoxically, new research shows that forest giants that once responded to the early spring are beginning...