African climate activists are making an appeal a week after American news agency The Associated Press faced backlash for cropping activist Vanessa Nakate out of a photo at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Scientists say Earth is probably the hottest it has been during the Holocene — the past 11,500 years or so — making it the warmest period since the dawn of civilisation.
Bushfires ravaging Australia have provided a foretaste of the kinds of conditions that could become normal, says Richard Betts, Head of Climate Impacts Research at Britain's Met Office Hadley Centre.
Tens of thousands rally across the country to demand PM Scott Morrison's conservative government cut back on fossil fuels, as deadly climate-fuelled bushfires burn out of control.
British charity Christian Aid says the disasters displaced millions and caused widespread deaths - seven of them caused damage of more than $10 billion.
A marathon UN climate summit wrapped up with little to show, squeezing compromises from countries over the global warming battle plan but falling well short of what science says is needed to tackle the emergency.
Evidence that our planet is teetering on the edge of disaster is everywhere to be seen.
The World Meteorological Organization said global temperatures so far this year were 1.1 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial average between 1850-1900, making 2019 one of the top three warmest years ever recorded.
The incoming president of European Commission wins a comfortable majority of 461 to 157 to approve her line-up of top officials, who will take office on December 1.
Extinction Rebellion organise a floating mock-up of a typical English home in River Thames, in a protest to demand politicians act on climate crisis.
Thousands of climate activists take to streets of cities around the world, launching two weeks of peaceful civil disobedience, coordinated by Extinction Rebellion, to demand immediate action to cut carbon emissions and avert an ecological disaster.
Some of the impacts of climate change are irreversible, according to a landmark assessment approved by the 195-nation Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Subscribe to our Youtube channel for all latest in-depth, on the ground reporting from around the world.
Copyright © 2020 TRT World.