The year of plague and fire, record heat, melting ice and rising seas: who's surprised 2021 is UN's "year for action"?
For generations India’s farmers have relied on its arrival, but monsoon changes suggest a hotter and less predictable world.
The reintroduction of up to five species could help restore 20% of the planet to previous levels of biodiversity, the study found.
If climate heating continues apace and the planet goes on warming, then up to a third of Antarctica's ice shelf could tip into the sea.
Global heating has already set back farming around the world, and wiped out seven years of steady advance.
Over a third of the area of all Antarctic ice shelves could be at risk of collapsing if global temperatures soar to 4°C.
Concentrations of climate-warming carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have hit record highs, scientists have said.
77 fossil fuel companies got a collective $8.24 billion tax bailout in 2020, then laid off tens of thousands of employees.
Many millions of people – among them some of the world's poorest – will be exposed to lethal temperatures on a routine basis.
If a warming world becomes a drier one, how will the green things respond? Not well, according to a new prediction.