With 2019 likely to be one of the warmest years on record, we meet scientists at the COP25 climate negotiations for debate and analysis.
Many houses have become unsafe to live in following the quake and its aftershocks. Volunteers say the most urgent need is for clothing and blankets.
Two people were found dead on Sunday after massive flooding hit southeastern France, causing major damage.
Two missing people, at least two injured and hundreds of homes flooded: heavy rain and storms hit the departments of Alpes-Maritimes and Var, in southeast France. The regions were put on red alert for storms and flooding on Saturday, and downgraded to orange alert on Sunday morning.
We investigate one of the hottest topics in climate change in this episode of Climate Now, looking at how scientists are working to track emissions and differentiate between sources of CO2, be they human or natural.
The freak weather has already caused the closure of a fireworks display.
Temperatures were 0.69C warmer than the average October temperatures from 1981-2010.
Storm Amelie hits regions in France, Spain and Italy causing extreme flooding.
Ice-free summers expose Arctic ecosystems to more than open waters
Rescuers said they had found the body of a man along the coast around 40 kilometres north of Barcelona and that the search is ongoing for the four missing
The Climate Now programme looked at the different ways the city of Rotterdam combats Climate Change. It looks at how the city deals with the rise of sea levels, how a roof garden is helping to store water and grow its own produce and how a floating farm works.
Hagibis is wreaking havoc on mainland Japan and is expected to bring with it the heaviest rain and winds in sixty years. More than a million people have been advised to evacuate.
Scientists warn about heatwaves becoming the norm and start developing tools to help urban areas to adapt.
Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service shows temperatures were 1.2 degrees centigrade above the pre-industrial average.
The technology to stop lightning killing people and causing damage has not advanced much in three centuries. Scientists are working to change that.
Hurricane Dorian makes landfall in Canada damaging parts of the east coast. The Bahamas have now started to evacuate as the real damage of Dorian starts to become apparent.
Dr. Duane Sands, health minister of The Bahamas told NBC News the official number of deceased in The Bahamas following Hurricane Dorian is 50.
Eyewitness video captured a tornado hitting the Spanish town of Campillos in Malaga on Monday (August 26) evening.
A severe hailstorm hit Madrid paralysing roads and causing flash flooding.
A fifth person also died on the Slovak side of the Tatra mountain range after a thunderstorm surprised tourists.
Inversion takes place when air temperature increases with height as opposed to decreasing at higher altitudes.
July was the warmest month ever recorded, with average temperatures close to 1.2°C above the pre-industrial level.
The search continued in Chamoson after two people were carried away in a car during a violent storm.
Parts of northern Europe experienced tornadoes and 'whirlwinds' on Friday evening.
While most of Europe is focussing on this week's record-breaking heatwave, maybe we should have a closer look at what is happening in the Arctic Circle.
Until 1992, the site of this botanic beauty was a car park.