New Report Shows How Badly Climate Change Is Hurting California
“There is no time for political posturing and partisan debate.”
This Scary Map Shows How Climate Change Will Transform Your City
Click on your city, and the map will pinpoint a modern analog city that matches what your climate may be in 2080. The results are startling.
How climate change affects malnutrition
Food systems are very vulnerable to the increased variability in the weather as a result of climate change — and more innovative climate-smart food systems are needed, writes Frank Rijsberman, CEO of CGIAR, in this #PlanetWorth guest column.
How Climate Change Affects Children: AAP Policy Explained
Climate change is a reality. It not only affects the lives of children now, it has everything to do with their future. Here's what we can do to leave the world a better, healthier, and safer place.
How climate change could affect Canadian maple syrup
A growing body of research suggests that warming temperatures and a loss of snowpack may significantly shrink the range where it’s possible to make syrup.
Climate change may affect your homeowner's insurance policy in 2 ways
It's time to start thinking about how you will budget for higher premiums, and also whether adding additional coverage makes sense.
How climate change is affecting your health
How climate change is affecting your health By Meera Senthilingam Header Image “If things go on like this, in the coming years we may have a season without any rain,” says 45-year old Chikumbutso Patson Kayira , a Malawian farmer based in the country’s northern capital of Mzuzu Mr Kayira farms mostly maize, his country’s staple, across 12 hectares of land he inherited from his parents. His family of five now relies on the crop for sustenance, as they consume porridge and a…
How climate change can affect national security
As predicted, parts of the earth would become too hot to sustain life and the rising sea levels would submerge islands and low-lying coastal areas of various countries. Resultantly, the rising seas, droughts, food and water shortages will trigger large scale relocation of people both within their countries as also trans-international borders.
How to equip farmers for climate change
Mark Suzman says it's not enough just to try to lessen climate change; we need to help farmers adapt to what's already happened
Climate Change? What's That?
As many as 65 percent of people in some countries haven't even heard of climate change, and perceptions of risk often depend on local temperatures as much as beliefs about humans' role in the changing environment, a new study finds.
The Future of Climate Change Could Be Up to How Cities Respond
By 2050, two thirds of the world will live in cities and need to play a key role in climate action.
Indisputable Facts On Climate Change
When it comes to climate change, there are certain indisputable facts. Even if you are a skeptic, you should familiarize yourself with the things we know to be true on this issue.
How Climate Change Threatens Progress To Reach Everyone, Everywhere With Water
A woman and her child on their way to collect clean water in the village of Nerculo, Niassa, Mozambique. WaterAid/ Panos/ Adam Patterson World Water Day gives us a moment in the year to reflect on something we all take for granted - from the first glass of water in the morning, until the last splash on our faces at night For the past 11 World Water Days I have been chief executive of WaterAid , where we think about water - and…
How Climate Change is Behind the Surge of Migrants to Europe
Even as Europe wrestles over how to absorb the migrant tide, experts warn that the flood is likely to get worse as climate change becomes a driving factor.
How women farmers are battling climate change in Zimbabwe
Most subsistence farming in Zimbabwe is done by women. This means the vagaries of climate change hit them hardest.
Rwanda: How Ruzibiza Is Winning the Effects of Climate Change
Analysis - Jean-Claude Ruzibiza is not worried about climate change which has been a universal challenge to agricultural productivity.
What Can Celebrities Do for Climate Change?
Quite a lot, according to the producer of Years of Living Dangerously, a show that sells hard science with the help of David Letterman, Cecily Strong, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Companies are seriously underestimating how climate change will affect business
A new study finds that the private sector is overly optimistic about how much climate change will disrupt business.
Why Fixing Climate Change Is Women’s Work
Natural resource scarcity and unpredictable weather affect women first, yet they’re often the last to be heard on how to combat it. That’s slowly changing.
What's the Big Idea About Climate Change?
This isn't the first time Earth's climate has changed, but it's the first time human activity has caused it. Learn more about global warming and how — and why — we should slow it.