COP26 offers Africa's leaders an opportunity to negotiate changes that address climate change, by making finance more available and boosting education.
Africa is warming faster than the rest of the world, according to a new report, which identifies key trends and urgent action to avert total deglaciation.
Researchers have coalesced around the idea of what they have called the Last Ice Area—the region where multi-year ice will likely make a last stand.
Atmospheric rivers already pose substantial storm and flood hazards, but these hazards are expected to increase dramatically with changes in our climate.
Keeping global warming below 1.5C is still achievable, writes Christiana Figueres, and carbon offsets are a necessary part of the mix.
Scientists are working to model and predict drought in East Africa to prevent famine and save lives as these events become more common.
Arctic sea ice has reached its annual minimum for 2021, clocking in at the 12th lowest on record, according to provisional data from the NSIDC.
Climate-related events are expected to become worse in the near future and affect more people as a result of human activity.
Marine snow transports carbon into the ocean's depths; 1% of its carbon dioxide lies buried in the seafloor for thousands of years.
Futurist Peter Schwartz describes the three most plausible scenarios for the future of climate change and how to prevent the worst-case scenario.
The climate crisis is evidenced by problems such as the recent flooding in India, Germany and china, in addition to the heatwaves and wildfires in Greece.
Disruptions to the North Atlantic jet stream will have drastic weather-related consequences according to research looking at how the stream has changed.
With California's wildfires raging, 'General Sherman' is being wrapped in tinfoil by firefighters to help protect the Sequoia National park's greatest asset.
From flooding to heatwaves, the world is feeling the effects of global warming as extreme weather events become increasingly common. So how can we prepare?
To stop global warming and achieve all 17 SDGs, urgent action is needed to reduce emissions, reverse biodiversity loss and invest in renewable energy.