Week in Review
2018 Review: Top Environmental News and More Highlights
December 28, 2018
“2018 Is On Track To Be the Fourth Hottest Year On Record, Scientists Say” (Time)
“Looking Back at 2018: Ten People Who Mattered This Year” (Nature)
“Conservation Biologists Share 2018 Wildlife Success Stories” (Leader-Telegraph)
“What You Need to Know About the New IPCC Climate Report”
“The Heatwave was a Wake-Up Call: Readers on a Year of Climate Change Anxiety” (Guardian)
“The Most Terrifying Climate Disasters of 2018” (Earther)
“America’s Year of Extreme Weather, in Pictures” (Guardian)
“Bolsonaro, Paris and 1.5C: A Guide to Our Top Stories of 2018” (Climate Home News)
2018 Conservation Wins, Part One and Part Two (Smithsonian National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute)
“Climate Stories You Might Have Missed in 2018” (New York Times)
2018 has been a memorable year for @CarbonBrief.
As we sign off until the new year, I just wanted to walk through some of my favourite articles that we’ve published over the past 12 months.
One thing is clear: I work with a team of extremely talented colleagues…
— Leo Hickman (@LeoHickman) December 20, 2018
“6 Times the Environment Won in 2018” (Grist)
Together, we acheived a great deal in 2018, which was a year of renewal, optimism and determination to take #ClimateAction.
2019 is the beginning of a new era of #ClimateAmbition, underpinned by the #ParisAgreement and the outcomes of the @UN #ClimateChange Conference #COP24 pic.twitter.com/yI6e6SBrVR
— UN Climate Change (@UNFCCC) December 27, 2018