The study shows that a temperature rise of 2 degrees Celsius, which is consistent with the Paris Agreement, will eventually lead to hundreds of coastal airports going below mean sea level and hundreds more at risk of severe flooding.
As the Mediterranean Sea becomes increasingly warm, extreme tropical weather could displace millions, and with that, alter the geography of North African countries.
New research has the potential to reduce the costs of desalination, making a life-saving resource more accessible. But without a shift in the way we think about “theoretically infinite” resources, freshwater access will remain a challenge.
Hours after his inauguration, President Joe Biden has signed a series of executive orders to keep the US in the WHO, end the entry ban from mostly Muslim-majority countries, bolster environmental protections and strengthen the fight against Covid-19.
Turkey experienced its third hottest year in 2020, yet now Istanbul and a host of other cities are blanketed with snow. We asked experts to explain the science to us.
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on forests, but it can also be the fulcrum which leads to an end to this scourge on our planet.
The French case is part of a mounting push by climate campaigners across the world to hold states responsible for ecological damage blamed on climate change.
Last year topped the previous temperature record in Europe, registered in 2019, by a whopping 0.4 degrees Celsius (0.72 Fahrenheit), the EU’s Copernicus Climate Change Service said.
Global warming has dried up water resources in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, a region of hills and forests in Bangladesh, forcing thousands of people out of their traditional settlements.
We all know 2020 was a year like no other, so you deserve the new year full of healing, joy and some excitement. Here's a list of the things you may like to pursue this year.
From storms in the Atlantic, wildfires in California, killer floods in Asia and Africa, melting of the Arctic and bushfires in Australia, 2020 was more than a disastrous year with the pandemic.
A ‘false spring’ has tricked trees into blossoming, while low water levels at dams may be fertile breeding grounds for mosquito-borne diseases.
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