New Scientist, the leading scientific journal of science, has launched a new publication that aims to tackle one of the biggest problems facing the environment.
Its been five years since the first edition of the journal was published, but the journal has made a big difference.
The new issue, called The Global Environment and Climate Change Report, will publish research that explores how climate change affects people’s everyday lives.
It will look at the impact of climate change on our daily lives, from weather to climate change, agriculture, water, agriculture and food security.
In addition, it will provide insight into how people are living their lives.
Its about people being able to share in their own personal stories, rather than being confined to a particular niche in the scientific community.
We’ve had a lot of people come forward, because they have heard that the climate is changing, and they are looking to tell their stories, said John Walker, the editor of The Global Environment & Climate Change.
“We want to share those stories, we want to tell them in a way that’s relevant to their everyday lives, and we want them to know that the data and the research is available for them to access,” he said.
It will cover everything from water scarcity to food security, the impact on food security and the impacts of climate on energy.
The report will also cover a range of topics including migration, biodiversity, health and disease.
The climate is a global phenomenon, affecting everyone on earth, Walker said.
This is something that is constantly being brought to the forefront of attention, he said, and this is an opportunity to do that.
“It’s about people who live in cities, or in the developing world, being able as a society to understand that the world is changing.”
The Global Climate Change report will be published in November.
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