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Several EU countries are implementing ambitious plans to turn the North Sea into a green energy powerhouse. But what will happen if global warming causes wind speeds to drop?
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The city of Al-Baha in Saudi Arabia has been transformed after a heavy hailstorm hit the region on Monday.
The ancient ritual of rain-making across different cultures
While some cultures dance to invoke rain, others revere special figures. The practice of rain-making rituals and prayers goes back centuries and can be found in many different cultures and religions around the world.
Scientists recreate Northern Lights with rocket to study space weather
Aurora Borealis can cause damage to satellites in severe solar storms. Scientists are experimenting to understand near-space weather better.
Aruba launches competition for the ‘world’s easiest job’
The island experiences more sunny days than any other in the Caribbean.
Why is Arctic ice getting younger and thinner?
Temperatures in parts of the Arctic were six degrees or more above average in February. Researchers are observing that the ice is thinning rapidly - and models predict that ice-free Arctic summers are on the horizon. In this special edition Climate Now reports from a -24C freezer in Tromsø, Norway.
France leads the way linking climate with weather in TV forecasts
France Television says it is about explaining why certain weather events happen.
Extreme weather conditions batter East and West of United States
The parade of winter storms that have pummeled California has caused hundreds of millions of dollars of damage as they washed out communities, brought down power lines and caused landslides.
Where are Europe’s sunniest - and snowiest - cities?
Can you guess the sunniest city in Europe? We crunched the data to find out.
Europe just recorded its second warmest winter, scientists reveal
Europe just recorded its second warmest winter ever. Here’s which countries were hottest.
Extreme weather is changing the face of tourism in Europe
Last summer, Europe was hit with extreme temperatures. 2023 is expected to get even hotter.
Lunar time zones: How do you tell the time in space?
Space organisations around the world are studying the best way to establish "a common lunar reference time". But how do you tell the time in space?
What travellers need to know about visiting Venice during low tides
Low water levels are an annual phenomenon in Venice.
Fears for food supplies as Italy and France brace for another drought
Western Europe looks set to suffer another drought this summer. How are countries preparing?
In pictures: Italy drought uncovers hidden path in Lake Garda
Climate change has uncovered a path in the middle of Lake Garda.
Winter drought: Photos foreshadow another dry year in parts of Europe
After record-high temperatures 2022, some parts of Europe could see another year of drought.
How Europe's orchards are having to adapt to warmer winters
Warmer winters in Europe are posing a serious threat to fruit trees. We explore how producers are trying to protect their crops.
World’s biggest ice rink threatened by climate change
The ice isn’t thick enough to support the weight of skaters or equipment.