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The MOSAiC expedition is a year-long project led by Germany's Alfred Wegener Institute which aims to learn more about the weather processes in the Arctic.
Iceland's glaciers are changing every year, so scientists are developing new ways to neutralize the harmful effects of carbon dioxide.
Global average temperatures could increase 7℃ above pre-industrial levels by 2100 no matter how hard humans try to stop it, a team of French scientists claim in their latest worst-case scenario modelling.
Potentially dangerous turbulence is becoming more common on transatlantic flights because of changes linked to climate change, according to a study.
In photos: Europe sizzles as temperature records tumble
"The speed of global warming has never been as high as it is today," a study released on Wednesday has found.
The heatwave gripping Europe has toppled all-time temperature records in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
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The summer is in full swing across Europe, but are people changing their travel plans to be more climate-conscious in the midst of the Green Wave? We spoke to a traveller who is going from Holland to the South of France by train because of his concerns about the environment.
June 2019 has just been confirmed as the hottest month ever on record, according to Copernicus.
In France, the National Assembly will discuss its carbon neutral objectives this week. The new proposals will set a 2050 target for the country to be carbon neutral. It will also pledge to halve its reliance on nuclear energy by 2035 and close all its coal-fired power stations within 3 years.
Last month was globally one of the three warmest months of May since 1979, with extreme weather resulting in floods, heat-waves and melting Arctic ice
A fisherman has been telling his story of how climate change is threatening his livelihood in Brazil's coastal areas.
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In a new study published by PNAS, experts said that there was a plausible chance that sea levels would rise by 2 metres by the year 2100.
A glacier collapse sent a large wave towards the shores of Iceland on Sunday, March 31.
“Climate change is moving faster than our efforts to address it,” UN Secretary-General António Guterres said Thursday as the World Meteorological Organization unveiled an alarming report.
Man-made climate change and a natural shift in ocean surface temperatures in the Pacific are behind the acceleration.
Thousands of students skipped school for the third week in a row and more than 30,000 gathered in the centre of Brussels to call for improved action on climate change.
Thousands of Swiss students, some as young as 14-years-old, took to the streets of several Swiss cities to denounce the lack of government action to fight global warming
What are the most likely risks we will face this year, and how significant will they be? Some of the world's most influential people have given their views.
Nearly 200 countries have signed up to a 156-page rulebook for implementing the Paris Agreement on climate change. But what is the rulebook, why is it necessary and why are some already criticising it?
The COP24 United Nations climate talks needed overtime and frantic negotiations to succeed, but the success now means nearly 200 nations have a rulebook to follow to implement the 2015 Paris climate accord.
Delegates' confidence is waning as they struggle to agree a rulebook for implementing the landmark Paris Agreement before Saturday.
"These climate targets obviously cannot protect us." Susannah Israelsson, from northern Europe's indigenous Saami population, spoke to Euronews about why her peoples are taking the EU to court over its climate change policies.
Tens of thousands of climate change protesters marched through Brussels on Sunday, coinciding with the opening of the UN's COP24 conference