SBS - Science & Technology New phase of globalisation could worsen CO2 pollution: study 2018-05-15T02:08:38.000000000+00:00 The shift of low-value, energy-hungry manufacturing from China and India to coal-powered economies with even lower wages could be bad news for the fight against climate change, researchers cautioned Monday. Dateline Throwback Thursday: Renewable Home 2018-04-26T07:15:32.000000000+00:00 Our editor David ‘Pottsy’ Potts has dug into the Dateline archives for his favourite throwback episodes – this one from 2010 is on a home literally made of rubbish! UK study links cot death and air pollution 2018-04-20T05:12:46.000000000+00:00 A link has been found between cot death and certain types of air pollution in Britain. Coral reef 'heartburn' prompts warning 2018-03-14T18:24:23.000000000+00:00 A test at the Great Barrier Reef, where the acid level of the seawater was raised, showed coral growth will be stunted if greenhouse emissions aren't checked. Arctic finishes warmest winter on record 2018-03-06T21:34:23.000000000+00:00 Scientists blame climate change for the Arctic's warmest winter on record, and sea ice hitting historic lows for this time of year. Drones help scientists track turtles 2018-02-28T02:22:19.000000000+00:00 Turtles are being tracked with drones in a bid to protect them, scientists say. Mexican scientist a first for Antarctica 2018-02-18T22:58:16.000000000+00:00 Sandra Guzman says she is proud to be the only Mexican on an expedition of 78 women who are travelling to Antarctica to study climate change. Shark numbers data renews WA cull debate 2018-02-09T06:22:27.000000000+00:00 The federal environment minister wants WA to take a tougher stance on sharks following a CSIRO study, but the state government refuses to change its approach. NZ scientists to study Antarctic whale poo 2018-02-07T22:44:35.000000000+00:00 A New Zealand-led expedition is headed to Antarctica to carry out research in the world's largest marine reserve. Soccer, cricket and golf handicapped by UK climate change - study 2018-02-07T00:56:20.000000000+00:00 OSLO (Reuters) - Golf, cricket and soccer are suffering from wetter weather linked to climate change in Britain, the nation which laid down the modern rules for the games, a study said on Wednesday.