"Imagine a sky without clouds; that’s boring," says meteorologist and weather forecaster Sven Plöger. Predicting cloud behavior is a huge challenge. Clouds are small-scale phenomena that play a huge global role.
The source of the radioactive cloud that hovered over Europe in early October is being narrowed down to the Urals. The Russian nuclear agency insists there has been no accident. Is it a cover-up?
How would Bonn's prehistoric residents have viewed the UN's climate conference from their clifftop lookout over the Rhine? Looking back 14,000 years, Ian Johnson offers a different perspective on Earth’s climate drama.
A cloud of radioactive pollution over Europe in recent weeks was likely from a nuclear facility in Russia or Kazakhstan. The French nuclear safety institute IRSN said the leak took place in the last week of September.
Doctors from Europe’s leading hospitals are at COP23 to determine their part in tackling climate change. It's time to frame climate change as a public health issue, says UK health policy expert David Pencheon.
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