By the end of this century, many sea-creatures may be history. As we keep dumping greenhouse gases into the air, the oceans keep sucking them up, making the waters deadly to their inhabitants.
Broadcast by BBC World Service, From Our Own Correspondent, 27 May 2014: Audio Published in the Observer, 30 March 2014: Under the coffee bushes, Rosibel and Benjamín Fijardo are on their knees, scraping carefully through a litter of dead leaves and dried mud. They are scavenging for stray coffee berries, fallen when the harvesters went through the … Continue reading Coffee under threat: how climate and the global market combine to create a crisis
11th October 2009, The Observer Olives, kiwi fruit, almonds – as the climate gets hotter in the UK, we may well be producing our own exotic crops Far from the failed harvests, droughts and floods of Asia, Mark Diacono is expecting some good to come of climate change. On his 17-hectare farm beside the Otter … Continue reading How will climate change affect Britain's crops?