Rising sea levels could put 300,000 US homes at risk by 2045. California is planning a 'managed retreat' roadmap with a 'buyout' funding plan to counter the threat.
A new UNEP report has found that over the next 20 years, Lake Turkana in Northern Kenya is likely to flood, due to heavy rain caused by climate change.
Increases in hurricanes in the North Atlantic are potentially a “recovery from a deep minimum in the 1960-1980s”, rather than part of a long-term trend.
A study has shown that the sediments below oxygen-depleted waters are a significant source of nitrous oxide, which releases emissions into the atmosphere.
During droughts, trees cannot undergo vascular water transport (getting water from their roots to their leaves); a process that is essential for survival.
Parts of an Arctic region called the Last Ice Area are already showing a decline in summer sea ice, researchers report, after record lows in summer 2020.
A new study has mapped the world's blue carbon from marine and coastal ecosystems to highlight how natural sinks redistribute blue carbon around the globe.
A study by the World Weather Attribution coalition concluded the heatwave in the US and Canada would have been 150 times rarer without global warming.
To regrow a stretch of coral reef, first break some coral into tiny pieces. It might sound strange, but micro-fragmentation offers hope for marine biodiversity.
The United Nations has announced it has recognized a new record-high temperature of 18.3°C or 64.9°F set at Argentina's Esperanza base on February 06, 2020.
Research on prehistoric creatures suggests that as global temperatures continue to rise, species will disperse towards the poles from equatorial regions.
Buildings are erected to withstand a range of conditions. Climate change will mean these parameters are exceeded more often and to a far greater degree.
Americans were urged not to set off fireworks this 4 July, as drought conditions make wildfires easier to start and more difficult to put out.
Climate change is reducing the supply of water from melting snow to many of the largest rivers in Asia - by 16% across the region in the past 40 years.
Climate change is increasing the risk of natural disasters, with transformative adaptation in agriculture hoping to support failing global food systems.