When you take age out of the equation, temperature-related deaths are on the decline in England and Wales. That’s according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). But…Read More >
Since 1991, 37% of lives lost due to extreme heat globally can be attributed to climate change on average. That’s according to a new study which gathered data from 732…Read More >
Wednesday 24 March 2021: Heatwaves and climate change in urban microclimates Professor Sue Grimmond, University of Reading The focus of this talk is on heatwaves and how urban areas can…Read More >
The year 2020 will no doubt go down in history for other reasons, but it is also on target to be one of the warmest on record. And as the…Read More >
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause suffering around the world, but another killer has silently struck in summer 2020. With relatively little by way of official warning or advice on…Read More >
Professor Elizabeth Robinson, whose research contributes to The Lancet Countdown, explores how actions that individuals and governments can take to improve our health can also help to curb climate change.
We all know that climate change is harming the planet – but what about us? Sarah Harrop reports on a recent public lecture by economist Professor Liz Robinson, in which…Read More >