Daily climate news for 10th of March 2018
"Global fisheries output will slump by 20 percent by 2300 and by 60 percent in the worst-hit North Atlantic region if governments fail to slow long-term global warming, a U.S. team of scientists said on Thursday."
"Australia’s [state of] Queensland has begun work to establish a A$500-million ($390 mln) fund that will use carbon markets to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the land sector, the government said Friday"
"At Sweet Waters, a village in central Kenya, Veronicah Nyambura stands under the hot sun between two fields. One is full of lush plants - but the other has crops so wilted that their leaves have curled up".
"...we find that with 14 additional years of data, over 90% of snow monitoring sites with long records across the western US now show declines, of which 33% are significant (vs. 5% expected by chance)"