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How global warming is reshaping winter life in Canada

Outdoor skating in Canada is fast becoming the latest casualty of our failure to confront …

A single Antarctic heatwave or storm can noticeably raise the sea level

Individual extreme weather events can also have a much longer-term effect on the world&…

20°C seems the optimal temperature for life on Earth to thrive — what does this mean in a warming world?

Exactly why 20°C is pivotal & energy-efficient for cellular processes may be due to …

Atlantic is headed for a tipping point − once melting glaciers shut down Gulf Stream, we would see extreme climate change within decades, study shows

It might seem counterintuitive to worry about extreme cold as the planet warms, but if the …

El Nino is starting to lose strength after fueling a hot, stormy year, but it’s still powerful − an atmospheric scientist explains what’s ahead for 2024

The 2024 hurricane season likely won’t have El Nino around to help weaken storms. But …

Tripling nuclear energy by 2050 will take a miracle, and miracles don’t happen

It is time to abandon the idea that further expanding nuclear technology can help with …

Wetlands are superheroes: Expert sets out how they protect people and places

They purify water, provide habitats for plants and animals and provide over 1 billion …

Ice storms, January downpours, heavy snow, no snow: Diagnosing ‘warming winter syndrome’

What we are experiencing in warming winter syndrome is a consistent and robust set of …

Climate disaster movies resonate in ways that news never will

As we face the escalating challenges of climate catastrophe, embracing diverse and …

Aggressive expansion of carbon offset deals in Africa, island states raises crucial questions

Projects covering 10% of Zambia & Liberia’s land have been signed with a UAE-…

Despite the climate crisis, Scotland is burning as much carbon-rich peatland as it did in the 1980s

On average, 1,900 hectares of peatland are burned each year

Extreme cold still happens in a warming world – in fact climate instability may be disrupting the polar vortex

While the world can expect fewer of severe cold events in the future, many regions need to …

A new world order taking shape

Proponents have turned their backs to the idea of unfettered global trade; how will new …

MoEFCC submission to UNFCCC shows agricultural emissions are still rising

Agriculture emissions rose by 3.2 per cent from 408 MtCO2e in 2016 to 221 MtCO2e …

Global heating may breach 1.5°C in 2024 – here’s what that could look like

Above 1.5°C, humanity risks provoking heatwaves so intense they defy the human body&…

When polar bears hunt snow geese, hunger justifies the means

The adaptations that polar bears will have to make to meet the challenges brought about by …

How 2023’s record heat worsened droughts, floods and bushfires around the world

These events showed how climate change is affecting the global water cycle and our livelihoods

Rural Assam’s water woes show full impact of climate change

Water scarcity is gradually becoming one of the most important issues in Northeast India

A heatwave in Antarctica totally blew the minds of scientists. They set out to decipher it — and here are the results

In March 2022, Antarctica experienced an extraordinary heatwave — most intense one&…

COP28 recap: Climate finance negotiations showed little progress 

New climate finance goal discussions remained limited to process, substantive elements …

COP28 recap: 5 insider highlights from negotiation rooms of Global Stocktake text

The two-week long battle of negotiations saw many competing priorities from countries …

COP28 Recap: Nations failed to reach consensus on Article 6 for regulating carbon markets

Among other risks, a further delay in operationalising Article 6 could mean voluntary …