Climate crisis disasters are happening at the rate of one a week, though most draw little international attention and work is urgently needed to prepare developing countries for the profound impact

"Weather is chaotic," said Melissa Lau, a sixth-grade teacher in this bedroom community outside of Oklahoma City. "What does that mean to you?"

Water-world: Vehicles stuck in the water-logged King’s Circle in Sion in Mumbai on Monday morning.

540 mm of rain in 48 hours leaves city inundated; Met Dept forecasts more rain

Increasing temperatures, changing monsoon and more frequent extreme climate events are posing a threat to food security in India.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Crop Loss Due to Adverse Weather, 25/06/2019. The Government monitor calamity-wise / crop-wise / season-wise crop loss due to sudden change in weather on regular basis.

In May, the Toronto Star launched an in-depth series on climate change in Canada, with a straightforward title: “Undeniable.” It’s an apt description of the evidence within the reporting and elsewh

A new report examines how public and private entities, including those in developing nations, are mitigating the financial impacts of extreme weather events and supporting climate change adaptation by transferring risk to private insurance and capital markets.

The EEA assessment ‘Adaptation challenges and opportunities for the European energy system’ analyses the needs for climate change adaptation and climate resilience in Europe’s energy system now and in the future.

This paper, prepared as a sectoral note for the Lifelines report on infrastructure resilience, investigates the vulnerability of the power system to natural hazards and climate change, and provides recommendations to increase its resilience.

A report by experts from 27 national science academies has set out the widespread damage global heating is already causing to people’s health and the increasingly serious impacts expected in future.

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