This report identifies global disaster and climate trends to help make better decisions to manage volatility and enhance global resilience.

The year 2022 was the fifth warmest for India since 1901 when India Meteorological Department started keeping weather records.

This report summarises the findings of the assessment for all 28 states of India. The timescale for the analysis is the near or short-term period of the 2030s (2021–2050), and it has been compared with the climate of the near past historical period (1990–2019) at a district level.

This new report by Christian Aid shows that floods, cyclones and drought killed and displaced millions of people across the globe in places which have done little to cause the climate crisis.

WFP is sharing the lessons learned of its partnership with the government of Mozambique for the implementation of anticipatory actions. Anticipating Extreme Weather. Since 2019, WFP has been working with the Government of Mozambique to introduce anticipatory actions based on a forecast-based financing mechanism.

The State of the Climate 2022 report, released by CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology, has found changes to weather and climate extremes are happening at an increased pace across Australia. The report, released every two years, shows an increase in extreme heat events, intense heavy rainfall, longer fire seasons and sea level rise.

Sea surface temperatures and ocean heat in parts of the South-West Pacific are increasing at more than three times the global average and harming vital ecosystems, whilst sea level rise poses an existential threat to low-lying islands and their people, according to this new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

The “Securing our Future” report released at COP27, spoke to 100 young people from Africa and Europe about what they see as the greatest threats to global security; participants raised climate change and its consequences such as food security and severe weather events as their main concerns; young people from both Africa and Europe felt there sh

Economic losses from drought, floods and landslides have rocketed in Asia. In 2021 alone, weather and water-related hazards caused total damage of US$ 35.6 billion, affecting nearly 50 million people, according to this new report by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

The past eight years are on track to be the eight warmest on record, fuelled by ever-rising greenhouse gas concentrations and accumulated heat. Extreme heatwaves, drought and devastating flooding have affected millions and cost billions this year, according to this World Meteorological Organization’s provisional State of the Global Climate in 2022 report.

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