Hot and bothered: our health under climate change
As citizens living in a developed economy, we have a certain level of control over our health. Most of us have access to medicines, treatments and health services designed to cure our ills, or at least minimise pain. We also have access to information about dietary and lifestyle choices to help ensure we lead healthy, active and productive lives.
Rise of the jellies
Think of a creature that's top of its food chain, and chances are you'd pick something with big teeth and a large brain. You'd be pretty certain not to choose something that doesn't even have a brain.