Thanks to the advent of exascale computing, local climate forecasts may soon be a reality. And they’re not just for scientists anymore.
U.K.-Based Geoscientists Trapped in European Funding Impasse
Political disputes threaten the United Kingdom’s status in Horizon Europe, the world’s largest transnational funding program.
Europe Targets 100 Climate-Neutral Cities by 2030
Europe is launching an ambitious mission to decarbonize many of its urban areas within a decade. But is it realistic?
Europe Launches Biodiversity Strategy for the Coming Decade
Amid the coronavirus uncertainty, the European Union is standing by its Green Deal pledges.
A United Europe Benefits Global Science, Say EU Geoscientists
“You are the stakeholders of European integration,” former Italian prime minister Mario Monti told an assembly of geoscientists.
Europe to Push Paris Climate Accord over Brink to Take Effect
Enough member states in the European Union have already individually ratified the agreement to meet the emissions requirement for the agreement to go into force.
Geoscientists React to Brexit Vote
What does Brexit mean for research?
Targets of Biggest Global Carbon Emitters Flunk Fairness Test
Pledges so far by the United States, European Union, and China would require all other countries to emit 7 to 14 times less per capita than those three regions by 2030 to limit warming to 2°C.
Report Makes a Case for Geology's Role in Policy Decisions
Scientific societies in the United Kingdom and Europe strive to raise awareness among decision makers about geology's relevance to key societal challenges.
European Agency Leader Urges Long-Term Environmental Policy
European Environment Agency director calls for a longer-term sustainable environmental policy agenda for Europe.