Study links Australian extreme weather events to temperature changes in the Indian Ocean – an effect that is likely to strengthen under climate change.
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With 600,000 homeless and 10,000 feared dead, Super Typhoon Haiyan has devastated the Philippines. Here’s how it’s being interpreted in climate circles.
Obama has issued an Executive Order establishing a new task force that will work to make U.S. communities more resilient to climate change-related impacts.
As the effects of climate change become clearer, the political legacy of Tony Abbott’s carbon price repeal will likely be seen as an historic mistake.
The thought that bushfire emergencies in spring could become more common is very uncomfortable. That’s why right now – in the middle of a scary, hard to control bushfire that threatens homes and lives in NSW – is exactly when we should talk about climate change and how Australia is actively contributing to making it worse.
Study finds extreme climate events release 11 billion tonnes of CO2 every year – equivalent to around one third of global carbon emissions a year.
With a huge wildfire burning in and around California’s Yosemite National Park, here’s a 90-second video explaining how climate change may have fueled it.
Year-to-date BoM data shows temperatures have been above average to record warm over nearly the whole continent in 2013.
Extreme weather in the UK and Ireland – driven by the rapid Arctic melt – has hit wheat and potato production and cattle feed.
University of Melbourne researchers find Australia is much more likely to see extremely hot summers thanks to human-driven global warming.
Angry Indian residents attacked power company officials and set fire to a power station after deadly heatwave conditions caused power and water outages.
Swiss Re report finds a 10-inch rise in global average sea levels by 2050 would nearly double the probability of extreme flood losses.
Major snowstorm puts US House Committee hearing into ‘understanding climate science,’ which was stacked with climate deniers, on hold.