The 1.5℃ limit wasn’t plucked from thin air – it was informed by the best available science.
These species can threaten the health of plants and animals, including humans. And they cause huge economic harm.
Rare-earth metals are critical to the high-tech society we live in as an essential component of mobile phones, computers and many other everyday devices. But increasing demand and limited global supply means we must urgently find a way to recover
As species flee to cooler waters, it’s likely to have profound implications for marine ecosystems and human livelihoods.
People living near water have a lower risk of premature death and obesity and higher rates of mental wellbeing.
While the human and economic toll have been enormous, the fallout from the virus also seriously damaged nature.