An electric fan cools down a resident inside her house
Commonly associated with longer days and slower paces, this summer’s record-smashing heat demonstrated a concerning future for our warmest season.
Arizona State University
As Pakistan’s dwindling Kalash community reels from the impacts of global warming and excessive deforestation, government apathy means they often rely on ancient beliefs to protect their environments.
The Third Pole
At COP28, the commissioner for Crisis Management will endorse on behalf of the EU two new flagship initiatives to address the human impact of the climate crisis and the interconnectedness of climate change, conflicts, and growing humanitarian needs.
European Commission
Today Deltares reported an acceleration in sea level rise along the Dutch coast. That conclusion has been confirmed now that the data for 2022 have been added.
‘Until Otis hit, many people didn’t know all these communities even existed.’
The New Humanitarian
Artificial intelligence, which can already generate texts and mimic human speech, might also help the world prepare for the worsening effects of climate change.
European Commission
Wars and insecurity can complicate getting help to the people who are most at risk from climate-change-related threats. Requirements for donors also stand in the way of cash flow to fragile countries but tracking how money is spent can be more difficult.
Areal view on Johannesburg, South Africa.
Africa is the fastest urbanising region in the world. This fast growing and highly vulnerable urban population is experiencing climate change impacts first-hand.
Conversation Media Group, the
A reservoir's lakebed in South Africa is exposed due to drought
2023 has shattered climate records, accompanied by extreme weather which has left a trail of devastation and despair, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
Aerial view of flooded houses with dirty water of Dnister River in Halych town, western Ukraine
Day one of the COP28 climate summit saw the first big breakthrough: agreement on a “loss and damage” fund to compensate poor states for the effects of climate change.
Conversation Media Group, the

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