A wildfire burns as golfers play at the Beacon Rock Golf Course in North Bonneville, Washington, on September 4, 2017. Some have blamed a spate of wildfires in North America on climate change, but experts are divided. Photo: Reuters A wildfire burns as golfers play at the Beacon Rock Golf Course in North Bonneville, Washington, on September 4, 2017. Some have blamed a spate of wildfires in North America on climate change, but experts are divided. Photo: Reuters
A wildfire burns as golfers play at the Beacon Rock Golf Course in North Bonneville, Washington, on September 4, 2017. Some have blamed a spate of wildfires in North America on climate change, but experts are divided. Photo: Reuters

Climate change

Doomsday global warming predictions aren’t credible, says study. But nor are best-case scenarios

Scientists have greatly narrowed temperature-increase predictions for the end of the century – but say it is still likely to exceed the goal of ‘well under’ 2 degrees Celsius

Topic |   Climate change
A wildfire burns as golfers play at the Beacon Rock Golf Course in North Bonneville, Washington, on September 4, 2017. Some have blamed a spate of wildfires in North America on climate change, but experts are divided. Photo: Reuters A wildfire burns as golfers play at the Beacon Rock Golf Course in North Bonneville, Washington, on September 4, 2017. Some have blamed a spate of wildfires in North America on climate change, but experts are divided. Photo: Reuters
A wildfire burns as golfers play at the Beacon Rock Golf Course in North Bonneville, Washington, on September 4, 2017. Some have blamed a spate of wildfires in North America on climate change, but experts are divided. Photo: Reuters
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