A therapist shares advice for harnessing your stress over climate change and other environmental harms and putting it to work.
The future of the traditional holiday getaway looks bleak.
Zimbabwe’s climate action plan is on track to check emissions and promote development. Other countries can learn from it.
Rising seas are pushing coastal ecosystems to the limit of endurance. Now international research reveals a “tipping point” will be reached if we allow more than 2 degrees of global warming.
Climate change is going to bring social change. Will it drive ever-faster efforts to stave off the worst – or trigger social upheavals making it harder for us to respond?
Small island developing states are seeking a legal ‘advisory opinion’ from an international tribunal on whether climate change falls under the international law of the sea.
Glaciologists are discovering new ways surface meltwater alters the internal structure of ice sheets, and raising an alarm that sea level rise could be much more abrupt than current models forecast.
Icebergs don’t just pose a risk to ships – they have a profound impact on the natural world and human societies.
Temperature rise of more than 1℃ pushes us towards irreversible climate tipping points, yet Earth is 1.2℃ warmer than in pre-industrial times.
When Buckingham Palace announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September, the news overshadowed reporting of a critical review of climate tipping points, published in Science. Did you miss it?
Seafloor landforms reveal that ice sheets can collapse at 600 metres per day.
Fairbourne on the west coast of Wales is at risk from both rising sea levels and river flooding.
Climate change is adding energy to the atmosphere and the oceans. This in turn fuels more intense storms and heavy rainfall.
The melting of the Antarctic ice sheet will contribute for a long time to sea level rise, which will test humanity’s capacity to adapt.
Our foreign policy may need to deal with twin challenges brought about by climate change.
We can now monitor coastal changes across thousands of beaches over the last 40 years, from Australia, New Zealand and Japan, to Chile, Peru, Mexico and California. Here’s what our new tool uncovered.
At least 115 of Indonesia’s islands will be underwater due to a combination of sea level rise and land subsidence. What do these estimates mean to Indonesia’s future as an archipelagic state?
Residents are living with the impacts of climate change and know it’s happening. But leaving their homes would strike at the heart of their identity.
Miami is often held up as an example of ‘climate gentrification.’ But a closer look finds a bigger driver of flashy new developments in low-income neighborhoods.
The report synthesises the latest science about Australia’s climate – and paints a worrying picture.