The indirect losses from one heatwave in Western Australia caused A$4.14 billion per year worth of damage.
By the end of the summit, we’ll know how far nations are willing to go to address humanity’s biggest challenge. But while international politics matter, domestic politics are what counts.
China and the US could supercharge global climate action. But if they fail to cooperate, there will be dire consequences for all.
Humanity faces an extraordinary threat - why are so many of us not motivated into action?
International cooperation is crucial if we are to have the best chance of limiting global warming. So who are the key players?
From installations of ice to projected art generated from air quality readings, artists and designers offer powerful experiences where people become witnesses to what’s happening and what’s possible.
African countries cannot be ignored, or just listened to. Their needs should shape the agenda.
Click through a timeline to make sense of Australia’s long, tumultuous years of shifting climate policies ahead of next month’s international climate summit in Glasgow.
The United Nations climate summit in Glasgow next month is the first real test of whether the world can limit global warming below catastrophic levels.
Hot, humid population centers are becoming epicenters of heat risk as climate changes worsens. It’s calling into question the conventional wisdom that urbanization uniformly reduces poverty.
Diet - specifically veganism - and its impact on identity is becoming the focus of increasingly heated online discussions around climate change.
Climate change predictions often use the year 2100 as an end-point. But it’s important to consider what will happen beyond that, at least up to the year 2500.
A closer look at how ice cover changed through the months offers some important insights into the role of climate change and why every year isn’t a record.
If the world is to adapt to sea level rise with minimal cost, we must address the uncertainty surrounding Antarctica’s melting ice sheet. This requires significant investment in scientific capacity.
The shipping sector’s emissions are equivalent to some industrial countries: here’s some innovative ways to help reduce them.
A new analysis, using 15 years of autonomous underwater measurements and simulations from the latest global climate models, refined our estimate of future ocean warming and sea level rise.
Green eggs and bacon anyone? The substitutes you need to make to change your traditional full English into a breakfast which is healthier for the planet – and for you.
Wild beaver populations have the potential to significantly alter our landscapes, affecting biodiversity, water quality and pollution.
Major research found Australia must keep 95% of coal in the ground to limit global warming. With a little political will, this would be easy to do.
‘Shape shifting’ animals are evolving to deal with heat – by changing the size of their ears, tails, bills and other appendages.