A new study shows that Earth is at risk of entering what scientists dub “Hothouse Earth” conditions. In these circumstances, Earth will become uninhabitable.
Sweden's highest summit has lost its crown after melting ice leaves it 20cm lower
Sweden has endured its hottest July on record, severe drought and some of the worst forest fires the country has ever seen. Now its highest peak has lost 4 metres to glacier melt. We speak to the researcher who made the dicovery.
Scientists are warning that the record-breaking heatwave currently impacting Europe is likely to become the rule rather than the exception as climate change disrupts weather patterns.
Deaths caused by severe heatwaves will increase dramatically in tropical and subtropical regions, followed closely by Australia, Europe and the United States. From 2031 onwards there could be a 471% increase in fatalities in three Australian cities - Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
Climate expert says July's fires in Greece have created the risk of new environmental disasters
The current heatwave across northern Europe was made more than twice as likely by climate change resulting from human activities, according to a preliminary assessment by leading scientists.
An under-construction hydropower dam collapsed on Monday, flooding several villages and leaving hundreds missing
As marine heatwaves increasingly wreak havoc on ocean ecosystems, a marine research scientist explains why it’s important to start naming and classifying the phenomenon.
Italian researchers are warning that rising sea levels in the Mediterranean threaten new areas of the Italian coastline.