Australia increased its wheat production estimate after El Nino-defying rain in winter boosted the outlook for yields in key growing regions.

Pledges from dozens of nations to rein in carbon emissions aren’t enough so far to avoid catastrophic climate change, according to four European research centers.

The cost of producing electricity from renewable sources like solar and wind has dropped significantly during the past five years, while rising for power generated from natural gas, coal and nuclea

Zambia’s small-scale farmers, who produce more than 90 percent of the country’s staple corn crop, should consider buying weather insurance as the possibility of a second straight year of low rainfa

Rhino poaching in South Africa has intensified this year after a record number of animals were killed in 2014, according to Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa.

Alberta has declared a disaster after a severe drought parched wheat and canola fields.

Almost 100 people have died in Egypt as temperatures soared this month, including patients at a psychiatric hospital.

The El Nino climatic phenomenon has hit South America’s southern cone with a vengeance in the past week, causing flooding and landslides that have damaged crops, cut off roads, disrupted copper min

Kenya Power & Lighting Ltd., the East African nation’s sole electricity distributor, will sign two purchase agreements for 76 megawatts of geothermal energy and hydropower

Does it matter that Royal Dutch Shell plans to cut ties to the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) over climate policy?