Global temperatures have surpassed 2°C above preindustrial levels for the first time, according to data from the EU.
The world is on track for 2.9°C of global warming, and maybe considerably more, before the end of this century.
The super-rich are plundering the planet to the point of destruction and it is those who can least afford it who are paying the highest…
'Catastrophic forest ecosystem collapse' refers to multiple interrelated hazards that have a cascading effect on forests.
If the world’s systems are ‘already cracking’ due to climate change, is there a post-doom silver lining?
We must face up that Earth's climate will continue to spiral out of control, bringing ever-new record-breaking temperatures.
We are moving dangerously close to the brink of multiple risk tipping points that could destroy the systems that our life depends on.
A new report by UNICEF says that 43 million children have been displaced due to drought, flooding, wildfires, and other extreme events.
The collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is one of nine global climate "tipping points" scientists identified in 2009.
Forty-five per cent of the world's known flowering plants could be threatened by extinction, scientists have warned.
The world is on track for 2.7C of heating meaning 2 billion people experiencing average annual temperatures above 29C by 2030.