As 70,000 delegates gather in Dubai, the world is almost out of time to curb dangerous climate change, reports Roger Highfield, Science Director.
Cities can play a key role in mitigating climate change, according to a new study.
Artificial intelligence has made key advances in forecasting, though it is likely to complement rather than replace existing methods, reports Science Director Roger Highfield.
Science Director Roger Highfield reports on the potential long term implications for the UK marine life, even climate, from the extreme marine heatwave in UK waters.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, reports on a study that finds human activities have transgressed 7 out of 8 ‘planetary boundaries’.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, discusses today’s landmark IPCC report on the climate crisis, a ‘final warning’ from scientists: act now or it will be too late.
The Natural History Museum and Science Museum jointly hosted a meeting of experts yesterday (5 September 2022) to discuss ecosystem destruction and the climate emergency. Roger Highfield, Science Director at the Science Museum, and Tim Littlewood, Executive Director of Science at the Natural History Museum, reflect on what was discussed.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, talks to Atul Jain, lead author of a study that shows the huge impact of the global food system on climate change.
Today marks the 103rd birthday of the independent scientist-inventor, James Lovelock. Roger Highfield, Science Director, reflects on how his Gaia theory seems more relevant than ever in this era of rapid climate change.
The splashdown of a space tourism mission yesterday marks the end of a new experiment to help astronauts grow their own food. Roger Highfield, Science Director, discusses how growing meat in microgravity could pave the way for a more efficient alternative to farming back on Earth.
A new agricultural revolution could be the best way to avert the climate crisis, according to a report out this month. Science Director, Roger Highfield, talks to one of the authors.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, visits ITER in southern France, the world’s largest fusion project, to assess whether it will mark a milestone in averting harmful climate change.