Trees and plants across the world are increasingly in “recovery mode” after a drought, a new study says, and they’re taking longer to bounce... Read More
The El Niño event of 2015-16 was one of the strongest on record, bringing flooding to much of South America, southern US and East Africa, and severe... Read More
Without action to curb CO2 emissions, more than a third of the world could face climates that are different from anything observed anywhere today, a... Read More
Global temperature rise of 2C could see Australia hit by heat extremes similar to the “angry summer” of 2012-13 in almost four out of every five... Read More
While climate change tends to be associated with extreme weather events or the long-term rise in global average temperature, a new study takes a... Read More
A megadrought spanning several decades could be almost certain to hit the American southwest this century if greenhouse gas emissions are not curbed,... Read More
Extreme weather increases the risk of armed conflict in ethnically-diverse countries, a new study suggests. ... Read More
Many small island nations will increasingly lose access to fresh water over the course of the century — but their size means they have been... Read More
Over the past five decades, hundreds of droughts and heatwaves have struck countries across the world. A new study finds that these events caused an... Read More
Research out today maps where power plants around the world are most at risk from higher water temperatures and decreased water availability. ... Read More
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