The report synthesises the latest science about Australia’s climate – and paints a worrying picture.
Changing habitat ranges, competition for food and water, and biological effects of climate change all pose threats to wildlife.
Air conditioners are rare in some European countries, but the climate crisis could change that.
Our planet is undeniably in crisis and desperately needs COP27 to succeed. Without concrete action, we are condemning today’s children to a harsher future.
The first chief heat officers appointed in Australia are part of a global partnership that’s responding to the dangers of rising city temperatures and the need to manage the risks.
Climate change is exposing animals to temperatures outside of their normal limits – a new study has found that insects have a particularly weak ability to adjust.
The findings underscore the urgent need to both reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and help animals find cool places to shelter.
Climate change will increase the frequency of both floods and droughts in Pakistan. To address these challenges, enhancing infrastructure, building dams and educating the public are necessary.
The flooding in Pakistan is the latest in a sequence of exceptional disasters in the Northern Hemisphere. How much is climate change to blame?
Flash flooding often follows periods of drought.
Rising temperatures are having an impact on every aspect of people’s lives. Business is not immune to the volatile weather.
Adapt to climate change with insulated walls, window shutters and reverse-cycle heat pumps.
This year’s Tour was marked by near-40℃ temperatures, roads cooled with water, and heatstroke.
In the UK, ethnic minorities are four times more likely to live in the most vulnerable neighbourhoods.
Property buybacks and managed retreat from high-risk areas were once seen as far-off options as the planet warms. Now this ‘last resort’ adaptation to climate change is an urgent priority worldwide.
The UK rail industry struggles to create tracks that can cope with both high and low temperatures.
Hotter, drier summers risk making widlfires more like those of southern Europe.
Step one: check the thermometer isn’t next to an ice cream van or barbecue.
Summer heat may be far from people’s minds here in Australia. But Europe’s ordeal is yet another sign changes in Earth’s climate have already reached dangerous levels.
An expert assesses the weak links in a warming UK.