Nearly half a million Indians have fled their homes as one of the world's largest rivers, the Brahmaputra, burst its banks in the country's northeast.
Climate crisis is likely to see the emergence of new viruses which could impact Africa and Asia in particular, according to new research.
While the aviation industry attempts to clear our skies with zero-emission flights, there are some challenges electric planes need to overcome to transition to a carbon-free future.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said that the latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reveals a file of empty pledges "on track towards an unlivable world."
UN chief Antonio Guterres warned of the threat of fossil fuel addiction as emissions are still set to rise 14 percent before the end of the decade.
The unprecedented temperatures come after the National Snow and Ice Data Center in the US said Antarctica's sea ice fell below two million square kilometres in late February for the first time since 1979.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority said most of the marine park had been hit by "significant heat stress" over the summer, with water temperatures as much as 2-4 degrees Celsius above average.
Almost 200 countries are due to adopt a global framework later this year to safeguard nature by mid-century from the destruction wrought by humanity.
Destroying crops, killing livestock, Eastern Africa’s worst drought season in decades has led to famine and the mass displacement of people across Somalia.
Around 6,000 people had to flee their homes in South Korea's eastern coastal region as more than 3,000 firefighters battle to control the wide-spread wildfire.
New research warns that as wildfires increase, previously unaffected areas could be hit by blazes.
The South Col glacier is around 7,900 metres (26,000 feet) above sea level and a kilometre below the peak of the world's highest mountain.
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