Our emissions

The ins and outs of climate disturbances

Self-destruction just doesn’t make sense

Trinh Xuan Thuan

Melting polar ice and runaway climate change

Bernard Voyer

Greenhouse gases

More droughts and more floods, simultaneously

Karel Mayrand

Unforeseen climate change impacts

Bernard Voyer

We are stardust

Trinh Xuan Thuan

Letting biodiversity do the heavy lifting

Claire Nouvian

Adaptation beyond a 2-degree rise: A bleak prospect

Jean Jouzel

Already visible signs

The climate machine

Jean Jouzel

An agricultural model that’s disconnected from nature is no longer feasible

Philippe Desbrosses

A 4-degree rise in global temperature would alter the climate

Jean Jouzel

The oceans: The lungs of our planet

Claire Nouvian

Climate change and grape harvests

Philippe Desbrosses

Human activity and global warming: A scientific explanation

Jean Jouzel

Extreme weather events and climate change

Adam Sobel

Leaving fossil fuels in the ground

Jean Jouzel

Changing oceans and socio-economic problems

Claire Nouvian

Bleak prospects for island populations

Jérôme Petit

Capturing atmospheric CO2 with plant life

Catherine Potvin

Glaciers are a source of life

Bernard Voyer

A multitude of risks

Alain Bourque

Climate change scenarios

Despite normal variations, global temperatures are rising

Alain Bourque

CO2 and company

Global warming is now observable

Jean Jouzel

49 gigatons