NEWS: Two new atlases show the retreat of Arctic ice and the human and economic price exacted by extreme weather
NEWS: Climate change could halve crop yields and submerge property worth $500 billion this century
NEWS: A warming Arctic may change the weather for hundreds of millions of people
Forthcoming UN science study could reveal median crop yields may fall by up to 2% per decade for the rest of century
Nearly 700 Kenyan farmers have taken part in a trial to integrate advanced weather forecasts from climate scientists into their traditional farming methods.
Scientists warn that if climate change aid programmes are ineffective and money is wasted, donations will dry up just as climate change grows most dangerous.
Rising sea levels, increased storms surges and temperature rises will make New York a very different place in 2080, says a new report from Cornell University’s ClimAid group.
Climate change catastrophes could cost Canada anything from 5% to 25% of GDP according to a new study by the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE).
Southeast Asia will see more extreme weather and more flooding due to Climate Change, a World Bank official has told AFP.
New report suggests birds in central California are growing larger to help ride out severe weather related to climate change.
Deaths and health problems from climate related disasters cost the US over $14 billion over the last decade, according to new research.
Dangerous levels of climate change could be seen within the lifetime of people living today, unless a steep reduction in global emissions are put in place, according to two reports published in Nature Climate Change
With 42 million people were displaced by natural disasters in 2010, policy makers and aid agencies must consider planned migration in the face of global climate change, making it part of the ‘solution’, says a new report from the Foresight Group