Global Warming

Global Warming

Incomes dip for South Asia's women home workers as heat rises

Rising heat and heavier rains across South Asia, as the planet warms, are forcing home-based women workers to cut down on hours as their houses get hotter or are flooded often, resulting in a loss of ...

Incomes dip for South Asia's women home workers as heat rises

2021 among seven hottest years on record: UN

The past seven years have been the hottest on record, the United Nations confirmed Wednesday, adding that 2021 temperatures remained high despite the cooling effect of the La Nina weather phenomenon.

2021 among seven hottest years on record: UN

Dimming Sun's rays should be off-limits, say experts

Planetary-scale engineering schemes designed to cool Earth's surface and lessen the impact of global heating are potentially dangerous and should be blocked by governments, more than 60 policy ...

Dimming Sun's rays should be off-limits, say experts

Last 7 years 'warmest on record' globally: EU

The last seven years have been the hottest on record globally "by a clear margin", the European Union's climate monitoring service reported Monday, as it raised the alarm over sharp increases in ...

his aerial file photo taken on September 20, 2018 shows boats beside a jetty on the dried out bed of the Brenet Lake (French: Lac des Brenets) part of the Doubs river, a natural border beetwen eastern France and western Switzerland, on 20 September, 2018 in Les Brenets

Most countries may see annual heat extremes every second year: Study

Almost every country on Earth could experience extremely hot years every other year by 2030, according to new research Thursday highlighting the outsized contribution of emissions from the world's ...

Most countries may see annual heat extremes every second year: Study

Alaska faces ‘Icemageddon’ as temperatures swing wildly

Extreme weather in Alaska that has brought record high temperatures and torrential downpours has left authorities in the far northern US state warning of “Icemageddon”

Schoolchildren play on melting ice at the climate change affected Yupik Eskimo village of Napakiak on the Yukon Delta in Alaska on 18 April 2019.

Chilean scientists study climate change at 'end of the world'

Chilean scientists studying organisms in one of the most remote places on Earth are urging regional leaders to step up efforts to tackle climate change

Fragments of ice float on the water of Fouque fjord at the Beagle Channel in Chile, on 30 November, 2021

Rising seas blamed as flooding hits Pacific islands

Island nations in the South Pacific were cleaning up Wednesday after storms and tidal surges triggered widespread flooding, with rising seas caused by climate change blamed for the inundation.

Rising seas blamed as flooding hits Pacific islands

Great Green Wall brings life back to Niger desert

Once a desolate landscape, the Simiri plateau in Niger is now a small paradise for fauna and flora

A man walks through the Great Green Wall site in Simiri, about 100km north of Niamey, on 13 November, 2021

COP deal 'tinged with disappointment': UK PM

British prime minister Boris Johnson on Sunday hailed a global accord to speed up action against climate change as "truly historic" and "the beginning of the end for coal power"

British prime minister Boris Johnson
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