Hurricane Ian was by far the largest loss-causing event this year, with an estimated insured loss of $50-65 billion, said reinsurance giant Swiss Re.
Terrestrial water storage shrank and water levels dropped to an all-time low in several areas, while record-breaking floods swept South Asia, western Europe and the Amazon.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia's premier tourist drawcards and putting it on the in-danger list could substantially tarnish its allure for international visitors.
Only an adequate green cover can save humanity and the planet from the effects of climate crisis-induced heating, floods, and other weather extremes.
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Government’s weather bureau and national science agency jointly working on the report found country's climate warmed by an average of 1.47 degrees Celsius since records began in 1910.
A report released by an environmental and human rights organisation reveals that 96 percent of the oil and gas industry is expanding despite “Net-Zero” climate pledges.
A final text to conclude the summit has yet to be agreed upon, with outstanding issues including the creation of a new fund for reparations.
Foreign fishing vessels have been depleting Senegal’s marine stocks as coastal cities suffer from rising sea levels.
Relentless rain has wreaked havoc across the Australian state of New South Wales, cutting off entire rural towns, for the second time this month and leading to rooftop evacuations of hundreds.
Entire buildings have been ripped from their foundations after flash floods swamped a small Australian town in the state of New South Wales.
Licypriya Kangujam, 11, is a leading voice in anti-coal protests at home and calls out rich and powerful countries abroad, asking them to make up for the loss and destruction caused due to their unabated regard for the climate.
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