Fiona Harvey

Fiona Harvey is an environment correspondent for The Guardian.

Bad news for wheat and eaters everywhere

Production of wheat -- one of the world’s most important staple crops -- is set to fall by 6 percent for every 1 degree C rise in temperature.

Al Gore: World is on brink of “carbon bubble”

Gore and partner David Blood call on companies to "do their fiduciary duty" and identify carbon risks in their portfolios.

Children will bear the brunt of climate change impacts, new study says

Children are more at risk from climate change because of their increased risk of health problems, malnutrition, and migration.

Cooling Pacific has dampened global warming, research shows

Scientists say changes in tropical waters could be responsible for the recent "pause" in rising temperatures.

Fears for seabirds as global warming affects coastline

A new study warns of a threat to U.K. wildlife as rising sea levels and changing weather patterns transform coastlines.

Climate-change slowdown is due to warming of deep oceans, say scientists

Though world temperatures have been broadly static for the past five years, evidence still clearly points to a continuation of global warming.