The ozone layer above Antarctica has recovered so much, it’s actually stopped many worrying changes in the Southern Hemisphere’s atmosphere. A new study suggests the Montreal Protocol – the 1987 agreement to stop producing ozone depleting substances (ODSs) – could be responsible for pausing, or even reversing, some troubling changesContinue Reading

According to scientists at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, February 2020 has been ranked as the second-hottest February in the 141-year global climate record. The meteorological winter hardly made an appearance in large parts of the Northern Hemisphere this year, as both Europe and Asia recorded their warmest wintersContinue Reading