This week’s photo of the week comes from the ocean depths in Bali’s coral reefs.
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While rising CO2 levels have been shown to harm wild fish, shellfish and corals at sea, farmed fish can thrive in similar conditions
UAE eyes greener future, UN climate chief bullish post Paris, China emissions fall, 2015 temps hit new record + Davos 2016 round-up
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WEEKLY WRAP: All you need to know from the last seven days of international climate change and energy politics
Decline in the productivity of marine organisms could affect 470 to 870 million of the world’s poorest people warn scientists
In a Rio+20 special, we take a look back over at the news over the last seven days from both the Earth Summit negotiations and beyond to find out what we can learn from events this week.
Positive action on desertification, climate change migration and sustainable biofuels, it’s been a busy week for climate change. Here’s what the team at RTCC has learnt this week.
RTCC takes a look back on a week in climate change to see what lessons can be taken away from the big headlines this week…
Oceans cover 70% of the earth’s surface, and provide 99% of the world’s living space, but mankind is slowly destroying a key source of food, the planet’s thermostat and a home to millions of species.
Head of UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission tells RTCC that acidification of the oceans must be recognised as a ‘critical issue and acted upon’ at Rio+20