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Meltwater is hydro-fracking Greenland’s ice sheet through millions of hairline cracks — destabilising its internal structure

This is a tragedy in making for half a billion people populating vulnerable coastal regions

Marshall Islands, a nation at the heart of global shipping, fights for climate justice

As IMO member states gear up for two weeks of negotiations in London, the rallying cry of …

The melting Arctic is a crime scene. The microbes I study have long warned us of this catastrophe – but they are also driving it

Arctic lands are a patchwork of permafrost carbon feedbacks, and our future depends on the …

Paris finance meet: What is the Summit for a New Global Financing Pact about?

Discussions on how to reform Multilateral Development Banks (MDB) to better serve the needs …

Excessive wealth is speeding us towards climatic disaster

People with limited income, who already have tenuous access to food, shelter and water, …

How droughts can leave people with nowhere to go

Those most affected by climate-induced droughts risk being trapped due to a lack of …

High road to Dubai COP28: 6th Technical Expert Dialogue on New Collective Quantified Goal held at Bonn

Quantum of new climate finance goal should be based on needs of developing countries, …

Antarctic tipping points: The irreversible changes to come if we fail to keep warming below 2℃

Current global heating is taking the Earth system across a threshold humans have never …

Irregularities, fraud prompt countries to tighten grip on voluntary offset markets

The demand for offsets, however, is not likely to decline any time soon

Climate change: It’s all about money

Climate finance can no longer be the money that goes to only increase the indebtedness of …

Blue carbon: could a solution to the climate challenge be buried in the depths of fiords?

Fiords occupy less than 0.1 per cent of Earth’s surface, but researchers estimate …

Greenhouse gas emissions are at an all-time high and Earth is warming faster than ever: Report

Humanity has caused surface temperatures to warm by 1.14°C since the late 1800s; this …

Current emissions targets could keep the planet below a 2°C temperature rise but a turbocharged effort is needed

Delivering on long-term promises requires decarbonisation efforts at unprecedented speed …

Climate-related disasters leave behind trauma and worse mental health. Housing uncertainty is a major reason why

With natural disasters intensifying, governments must find ways to offer flexible housing …

World Environment Day 2023: Green growth strategies can ensure climate-resilience in rural India

Investments in infrastructure, such as water management systems, irrigation facilities and …

World Environment Day 2023: How a teen climate crusader battled poverty, abuse after Cyclone Yaas

Across the world, there are millions of children who have been displaced from a stable life …

World Environment Day 2023: Rural India bears the brunt of climate change

Climate change is a global challenge with local implications; important to build …

High road to Dubai COP28: Here is what to expect at Bonn on climate mitigation

The Mitigation Work Programme can be a constructive space for developing countries to lay …

Earth’s energy budget is not in balance. Should we be concerned?

The Earth will continue to warm as long as this energy imbalance persists

Why 40°C is bearable in a desert but lethal in the tropics

Heatwaves of similar magnitudes can have very different impacts depending on factors like …

The end of the internal-combustion car: Why competition is vital to bringing about cleaner transport

Political back-and-forths bring up whether Europe is making any progress with the …

Native species over invasive: This Tamil Nadu village is a pioneer in climate action

Vast patches of wastelands in the region were invaded by the alien, invasive Karuvelam tree …