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(Reuters) - Cyprus. Cuba. Turkey. Canada. Northern Ireland. Antarctica. All recorded their hottest-ever temperatures in the last two years, and according to a new study, more such extremes are coming.
Paris (AFP): What worries one of the world's leading climate scientists the most?
Cartoonist Julian 'Lefty' Kam highlights the growing role of comics as historical and cultural source material
As southwest China reels from floods and landslides, report shows how climate damage and risk in the country’s most dense regions have changed over 60 yearsGreenpeace suggests summers would become longer by as many as 28 days in Beijing, 24-28 days in Shanghai and more than 40 days in the Pearl River Delta
GENEVA (Reuters) - The U.N. weather agency on Friday endorsed a policy to fill "severe gaps" in global data-sharing, which have diminished the accuracy of forecasts at a time when they are needed to track extreme weather events linked to climate change.
The sea is gradually gnawing away at a coastline that has grown vulnerable to the ravages of climate change.
BP’s lobbying for fossil fuel shows rifts over path to net-zero emissions
Besides decomposing much faster than CO2, methane emissions can be scaled back via simple and inexpensive strategies.
Malaysia urgently needs to start preparing for more severe weather events with climate adaptation.