Home > Lifestyle > EnviroHealth > Climate and pollution Climate and pollution All sections in Environmental Health » 21st Century Life » FAQs » Animals » Climate and pollution » Hazards and disasters » EnviroHealth News » Green Tips The three culprits behind South Africa’s weird weather patterns What could be behind South Africa's concurrent drought, heat waves, unusual spring thunderstoms and strange cloud formations in the Western Province? Start A Health24 blog » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Test Are you envirohealth savvy? » Ask EnviroHealth Expert » Blood Lions: Bred for the Bullet movie trailer The amazing mountains on Pluto Why the weatherman is sometimes wrong Have you ever woken up to a sunny forecast only to get soaked on your way to the office? On days like that it's easy to blame the weatherman. Less rain for warmer earth Climate scientists said they found evidence to back predictions for a future with lower average rainfall. Climate change could breed new virus It's possible that a serious mosquito-borne virus with no known vaccine or treatment could migrate from Central Africa and Southeast Asia to the United States within a year. Sun in a jar From security lighting to glowing portable “sun jars”, solar-powered lights have come of age as a practical, aesthetic addition to the 21st century home. Climate may affect flu seasons The public can expect to add earlier and more severe flu seasons to the fallout from climate change. Global warming to have devastating effect on supply and quality of Arabica coffee The cup may be half empty when it comes to the future of coffee. Global warming is having a negative effect on global production, affecting the supply, quality and price of your favourite cuppa. “ Latest comment on Health24 CT Copywriter says... Have you done your research? The only other website reporting on this is a parody news site. For goodness sake, News24 - don't be responsible for filling our minds with absolute... "Condom Challenge" claims its first victim ” Global warming increases monthly Monthly temperature extremes have become much more frequent, as measurements from around the world indicate. Sunlight can make fuel Chemists at the University of California, Davis, have engineered blue-green algae to grow chemical precursors for fuels and plastics. Climate change affected word usage Public acceptance of climate change’s reality may have been influenced by the rate at which words moved from scientific journals into the mainstream. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors How will we feed 9 billion people? Live healthier Toilet matters » 45 toilets in the world Poop in weird places Toilet paper debate The funniest bathroom signs ever These signs have taken toilet humour to the next level. Too Tired? » 20 signs of burnout Staying active reduces stress 10 ways to have a healthier work day Why you're exhausted Lost your mojo? Here are 5 surprising energy drainers, plus the easy fixes that will help put the pep back in your step!