STOP THE HEAT: A Climate Change Coverage

STOP THE HEAT: A Climate Change Coverage

Pastoralists resettling in the Garadag district after a 37 mile journey on a truck with their animals

Climate Change to Forcefully Displace Millions of East Africans: World Bank

As climate change puts the world at risk, East Africa seems to be among the most affected regions with multiple crises ravaging it at once.

New Study Shows that Climate Change Wiped Woolly Mammoths

New Study Shows Climate Change Wiped Out Woolly Mammoths

A 10-year research that analyzed plant and animal remains shows that ancient Woolly Mammoths became extinct due to melting icebergs.

Shell

Shell Not Abiding By Carbon Emission Reduction Mandate

A recent climate report has revealed that the Anglo-Dutch multinational oil and gas company was falling behind on its target goals.

US Admits Climate Change Poses Threats on its National Security

US Admits Climate Change is a Threat to National Security

A US intelligence report warns that climate change threatens the country's national security and global stability.

ANZ Bank New Zealand

New Zealand to Oblige Banks to Report Climate Impact

New Zealand passed a green law that allows investors to hold financial institutions accountable with regard to their environmental records.

Workers drill at an open cast coal field at Dhanbad district in the eastern Indian state of Jharkhand September 18, 2012 | Reuters

Fossil Fuel Output Plans Exceed Climate 1.5 Degrees Celsius Target

As climate emergency requires urgent action, which countries are the ones causing irreparable damages to our only home amid pledges to comply with UN-mandated limits?

Iraq Decides to Reduce 50% of the Area Planned for Cultivation in the Winter Season Plan

Iraq Decides to Reduce 50% of the Area Planned for Cultivation in the Winter Season Plan

Iraq is among the countries where Global Warming is taking the worst toll. Rising desertification and consequent land salination is the main concern.

After Wildfires, Torrential Rains Flood Homes in Greece

After Wildfires, Torrential Rains Flood Homes in Greece

Greece suffers floods that have drowned homes and killed animals.

Canadian Arctic Territory Suffers Contaminated Drinking Water

Canadian Arctic Territory Suffers Contaminated Drinking Water

Prime Minister Trudeau has failed to fulfill his 2015 promise to end boil-water advisories within 5 years, causing problems for Canada's indigenous as a water shortage hits the north.

70% of the $4tn investment required to reach net zero must flow into emerging markets

IEA: Carbon Emissions Will Fall 60% Short of Their 2050 Target

Carbon emissions ‘will drop just 40% by 2050 with countries’ current pledges’.

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Bolsonaro Accused of "Crimes Against Humanity"

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was accused of "crimes against humanity" at the ICC for his alleged involvement in the destruction of the Amazon, the first case to clearly link deforestation to loss of life.

Thailand Drowns in Floods

Floodwaters have already swamped 70,000 homes and killed six people in Thailand's northern and central provinces, while authorities rush to protect Bangkok.

Dust Storm Hit Brazil

A massive dust storm hit several cities in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, causing citizens to lose practically all vision for several hours.

The Youth's Fight Against Climate Change

Youths strike five weeks before the UN's COP26 summit, which aims to push world leaders to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions that are causing global warming.