Much of Europe was impacted by an early heatwave last week, raising climate fears.
Cutting-edge models predict that El Niño frequency will increase within 2 decades because of climate change, regardless of emissions mitigation efforts.
The co-author of a new report explains how most governments are overlooking a principal route to cutting emissions.
Scientists from the EU have said the last seven years were the warmest ever observed.
Our take on the top climate and energy developments in 2021.
The UK records New Years Eve temperature record.
Sofie’s World: Raising a child during the climate crisis and growing up in the age of the Anthropocene ￼
My daughter Sofie was born in April 2021, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic and in a decade in which climate change is increasingly high on the global agenda. Sofie’s World is a series of articles in which I reflect on parenthood in the context of the climate crisis and what it might be like for her growing up in the era of the Anthropocene.
Canada suffers the worst natural disaster in the country’s history.
UN warns that as the climate warms extreme weather is becoming more frequent and costly.
As the world has set a new temperature record this year, how much heat can humanity take?