Blue & Green Daily: Thursday 27 November headlines
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27 November headlines
Risk from extreme weather set to rise
Climate change and population growth will hugely increase the risk to people from extreme weather, a report says. The Royal Society estimates the risk to individuals will rise more than four fold and the drought risk will treble. BBC.
Reflecting sunlight into space has terrifying consequences, say scientists
Fighting global warming by reflecting sunlight back into space risks “terrifying” consequences, including droughts and conflicts, according to three major new analyses of the promise and perils of geoengineering. Guardian.
US revives plan to tighten ozone limits
Air quality standards that would cut the allowed concentration of smog-creating ozone in the atmosphere have been revived by the Obama administration, after being shelved in 2011 because of concerns about their effect on the economy. Financial Times.
Bee parasite will flourish under global warming, study warns
Climate change threatens the survival of the UK’s honey bee population, new academic research has claimed. An exotic parasite that targets the insects is set to flourish in northern Europe if the Earth continues to warm. Guardian.
Other options exist to make carbon capture and storage viable – Financial Times
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