La Niña not climate change caused the prolonged drought that has hit South America for three years in a row, the World Weather Attribution service says.
Climate change is making it harder for polar bears to hunt, mate and breed. Here, experts and scientists from around the world assess the animal's future.
Climate change made West Africa's rainy season this year “about 80 times more likely”20% wetter than it would have been without human-caused climate change, a new study finds.
A new 'rapid-attribution' study has found that droughts across the northern hemisphere in summer 2022 were made 'at least 20 times more likely' by human-caused climate change.
Advances in weather forecasting technology allowed forecasters to predict heatwaves in the UK in mid-July much further in advance than would have been historically possible.
Extreme rainfall during the record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season in 2020 was made more intense by human-caused climate change, a new study says.
Adopting a more plant-based diet could give rich countries a “double climate dividend” of lower emissions and more land for capturing carbon, a new study says.
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 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.
Clouds could have a greater cooling effect on the planet than climate models currently suggest, due to previous underestimation, according to new research.
Research shows that evotranspiration - the transfer of water from ground to air - increased globally by 10% between 2003 and 2019, due to climate change.
A study has found an increase in the rate of melting glaciers over the past 20 years with annual rates of glacier thinning 'nearly doubling' from 2000-2019
Scientists expect that the average seasonal lake stratification could last almost two weeks longer by the end of the century due to climate change effects.
New research has shown that plants and animals that only live in one region - known as 'endemic species' - will face more adverse impact of climate change.