Bangladesh is at the forefront of the climate crisis with frequent deadly floods and ever-more-erratic rains.
Up to 34,000 can die in the East African nation within months, warns the UN.
Ongoing blazes have devoured some 6,000 hectares of forests in northern Corrientes province, officials say.
Extreme weather events caused more than $165 billion in damage and resulted in at least 474 fatalities, the seventh most since 1980, a government report says.
UN agency says that of the total number of children of Africa facing hunger, nearly two million across Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia require urgent treatment for severe acute malnutrition.
Inhabitants of Aymara-speaking village of Ichu march through fields to plead for rains as Andean nation declares state of emergency in over 100 districts.
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.
Some 30 water supply agencies in Southern California, Phoenix and Salt Lake City agree to rip up ornament grass by 30 percent in a bid to help recycle water and change people's water spending habits.
Around 205 Kenyan elephants, 512 wildebeest, 381 common zebra, 12 giraffes, and 51 buffalo have succumbed to the drought in the last 10 months, officials say.
Dida was famed for her long tusks and aged between 60 and 65 years, the upper reaches of life expectancy for an elephant in the wild.
High temperatures exacerbated by global warming made 2022 Northern Hemisphere soil moisture droughts more likely, says a new study.
Ecological disasters like the widespread drought and then massive flooding in Pakistan, are the "fingerprints of climate change," climate scientists say.
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