Increasing heat-related deaths due to climate change reveal an unequal world, with people in poorer countries at much higher risk.
Concerns as a new temperature record is set within the Arctic Circle.
Research uncovers that homes are vulnerable to heatwaves.
Fires ravage Brazil’s Amazon and Australia. Venice is swamped by flooding not seen in decades. Extreme weather events sound alarm, and calls for action grow louder across the world. But leaders fail to make any headway.
Due to prolonged drought gripping southern Africa, Zimbabwe is undertaking a massive relocation in an effort to save imperilled wildlife plagued by water scarcity.
Unprecedented wildfires have been taking place in the Arctic this summer.
Community interventions to dig wells and ponds has enabled farmers to fight drought and halt the trend of desertification in Odisha’s Balangir district.
Malee Oot reports on the impressive Great Green Wall in Africa.
Photo credit: Antonio Busiello / WWF-US. By Anders Lorenzen The environmental group World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have warned that half of the World Heritage sites are at risk from extraction activities from […]
Britain’s vote to leave the EU could have serious implications for tackling climate change