12 months in focus: Rising temperatures, extreme weather events, an inconclusive Earth Summit in Rio and a promise from US President Obama to finally address global warming
Youth Profile #22: As life in Cameroon is changed by climate change, one group of young people aims to provide children with the tools they need to drive climate education.
The 5th annual risk atlas from analysts Maplecroft finds five of China’s major cities at ‘high risk’ and warns multi-national companies operating in most Asian cities could face spiralling environmental costs.
More and more scientists warn that the world could see global average temperatures rise 6°C by 2100. What would this mean for the planet?
Ahead of the UN climate summit in Doha, two new studies highlight the impacts of climate change and the world’s food system on one another and their potential to impact our relationship with food.
The latest climate change headlines curated by RTCC, updated daily from 0900-1700 BST
Maplecroft’s Natural Hazards Risk Atlas reveals emerging South Asia’s key economies must build resilience against natural hazards such as flooding and cyclones.
ICT keeps the world talking – but is enough being done to ensure connections can cope with extreme weather?
Carpet roofs, extreme weather, greens going blue and money growing on trees – what’s gone on in the world of climate change this week?
The latest international climate change news, debate and video from RTCC.
Our latest photo of the week shows extreme weather’s impact on the Netherlands.
Creators of xWeather App say they hope to give users ‘bigger picture’ when it comes to climate and extreme weather.
RTCC picks some of its favourite pictures from this weekend’s Climate Impacts events.
Tomorrow (5 May) thousands of people from across the world will be connecting the dots between climate change and extreme weather, with 350.org’s Climate Impacts Day.
New research looks to highlight the role climate change has at turning extreme weather events into the record breaking events.
RTCC takes a look at some of the cities around the world most at risk from the impacts of climate change…
New website launched focusing on links between extreme weather events and climate change.