Below, you can find links to Olive’s recent articles

(anything preceding 2012 can be found on Nature.com).

 

How to save the High Seas. Nature, May 2018

 

Could towing icebergs toward Cape Town solve their water woes. Global News Radio (Vancouver), May 2018

 

Towing icebergs to Cape Town is a poor way to halt the water crisis. New Scientist, May 2018

 

Why climate engineers are targeting Earth’s last pristine spots. New Scientist, April 2018

 

 Rock dusting on farms could cool the climate. New Scientist, Feb 2018

 

 Our best way to geoengineer the climate may well trash Earth. New Scientist, Jan 2018

 

Troubled waters. Scientific American, Jan 2018

 

Even small emissions cuts will slow sea level rise . New Scientist. Jan 2018

 

Tackling UK’s toxic air even more urgent than plastics. New Scientist. Jan 2018

 

Faltering carbon capture needs more investment, not doubt. New Scientist. Dec 2017

 

Let’s hope chickless penguin colony rebounds. New Scientist. Nov 2017

 

Steep decline of flying insects is a bad sign. New Scientist. Oct 2017

 

Global ocean fish farms to solve food security? There’s a catch. New Scientist. Sept 2017

 

Can a crowdsourced mega-forest offset Trump’s climate chaos? New Scientist. August 2017

 

Hailing e-Volvos as imminent saviours of the planet is nonsense. New Scientist. July 2017

 

Living with climate change: can we limit global warming to 2C?. New Scientist. July 2017

 

Geoengineering fears make scrutiny of ocean seeding test vital. New Scientist. June 2017

 

Unshackled, big auto will keep choking the world on diesel fumes. New Scientist. May 2017

 

 Captive breeding is a final roll of the dice for the Vaquita. New Scientist. May 2017

 

 A meaty issue. Nature. April 2017

 

 It just got harder to deny climate change drives extreme weather. New Scientist. March 2017

 

Reviving dead species may doom the living. New Scientist. February 2017

 

Great lettuce crisis is a taste of the climate crop chaos to come. New Scientist. February 2017

 

 The Nobel One. Trinity Today. October 2016

 

 An Earth made verdant by greenhouse gases brings its own dangers. New Scientist. May 2016

 

 Major biodiversity panel desperately seeks social scientists. Nature News. April 2016

 

Peaks and troughs. Nature Energy. April 2016

 

Reviving Europe’s long-lost beasts through mass rewilding. New Scientist. March 2016

 

Bison return to Europe in mass rewilding effort. New Scientist. March 2016

 

Climate research is gaining ground. Nature Climate Change. March 2016.

 

The mystery of the expanding tropics. Nature. Feb 2016.

 

Back from the brink. New Scientist. Jan 2016.

 

Polar wildlife under threat as ice melts and makes seas brighter. New Scientist, Dec 2015

 

Hundreds of giant dinosaur footprints found in Scottish lagoon. New Scientist, Dec 2015

 

 El Nino forces King Penguins to swim further. New Scientist, Oct 2015

 

 El Nino powered hurricane set to hit Mexico. New Scientist, Oct 2015

 

Bottoms Up. Scientific American, July 2014

 

Pacific puzzle. Nature Climate Change, March 2014

 

Earth’s ozone hole on bumpy road to recovery, National Geographic News, Dec 2013

 

Scientist solves mystery of green lightning, National Geographic News, Dec 2013

 

Plan to rear flies on an industrial scale, The Guardian, October 2013

 

The Dry Facts, Nature, September 2013

 

35 years of dry spells, Nature, September 2013.

 

The great greening, New Scientist, October 2013.

 

Warming the world’s food supply, Yale Environment 360, Feb 2013.

 

No going back, Nature, November 2012.