The drought in Italy has become so intense that a World War II-era shipwreck that had submerged in the Po River decades ago has now resurfaced.
Commonwealth leaders gather in Rwanda this week to discuss issues ranging from trade to health to climate change, a summit that will test the organisation's mettle at a time when its relevance is being questioned.
The record-breaking heatwave in Kansas, US has led to the death of as many as 2,000 cattle so far.
Around 100 dead roach fish were found dead in Belper River Gardens on Sunday after temperatures went past 30C earlier last week.
Standing on a snowy mountainside about 2,500 metres above sea level, Eric Marechal holds up a crimson test-tube.
The impacts of global warming may force Nepal to move the Mount Everest base camp from its original position and to a lower altitude.
Rich countries have made a dangerous dash for fossil fuels in response to the Ukraine war, the U.N.
People living in the coastal towns of the UK may have to eventually leave their homes and relocate due to rising sea levels and erosion.
The Penuelas reservoir in central Chile was until twenty years ago the main source of water for the city of Valparaiso, holding enough water for 38,000 Olympic-size swimming pools.
The world's biggest insurers are expanding in Africa, looking to tap growth promised by a rising population and middle class, but climate change could complicate their quest for profits.
Biden eyes climate progress as Brazil leader joins Americas summit
Lululemon Athletica Inc and H&M Group are among backers of a $250 million fund aiming to speed up efforts to cut carbon emissions in the fashion industry's supply chain, non-profit group Apparel Impact Institute said on Wednesday.
The European Parliament votes on Wednesday on eight climate change policies, with the outcome uncertain as concerns about soaring energy costs and inflation collide with Europe's commitments to fight global warming.
A report by wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation has warned that 24 species of butterflies found in Britain may soon disappear.
A study published in The Lancet has revealed that pollution caused more than 2.3 million premature deaths in India in 2019, the highest number reported from any country.
Several reports have suggested that the insect population is on a decline worldwide which could lead to a collapse of ecosystems.
The scorching heatwave that has swept India is not only affecting humans but is also proving deadly for animals. The animal rescuers in the Indian state of Gujarat have come across dozens of exhausted and dehydrated birds dropping every day in the last few weeks.
A new report by the US government's Drought Monitor has revealed that the water levels in California's two biggest reservoirs have dropped to "critically low levels."
The land area cleared of trees in Brazil's Amazon rainforest last month was the biggest since the authorities started to keep a track of the same in 2015.
Almost all metropolitan cities across the world have begun to feel the impacts of climate change, and authorities are now resorting to strict measures to undo years of damage.
Several parts of India have been grappling with an intense heatwave as the country experiences one of the hottest summers this year. According to experts, the temperatures are expected to only increase during the next few days.
Scores of headless penguin bodies washed up on beaches surrounding Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula in the month of April, leaving scientists and researchers shocked.
A petrol tanker washed ashore on a beach in front of the Durban Country Club in KwaZulu-Natal province on Tuesday morning after unprecedented floods hit parts of South Africa's south-eastern coast.
At least 53 people have died so far in landslides and floods in the Philippines after Tropical Storm Megi hit the country on Sunday. The death toll is only expected to increase in various flood-related incidents.
As many as four million people in Somalia face the risk of starvation and the situation is only deteriorating as the country faced its third consecutive dry season, the United Nations' climate report has warned.
Extinction Rebellion has caused chaos in at least 13 Amazon sites on Black Friday
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to be free of carbon footprint in their lives by 2030.
It was just three months ago when the Duke of Sussex called climate change a "most pressing issue."
Turkey's defence ministry released satellite images showing the extent of the damage, with forest areas turned black and smoke still visible.
Myecelium, the fungal network from which mushrooms grow, produces less carbon dioxide compared to traditional cement.