Over the last decade, laws codifying national and international responses to climate change have grown in number, specificity, and importance. As these laws have recognized new rights and created new duties, litigation seeking to challenge either their facial validity or their particular application has followed.

In the past, scientists typically avoided linking individual weather events to climate change, citing the challenges of teasing apart human influence from the natural variability of the weather.

Nine-year-old, Ridhima Pandey has filed a case in the court against the Indian government for failing to take steps towards addressing the climatic changes in the country.

The 2017 Heat Action Plan is a comprehensive early warning system and preparedness plan for extreme heat events in Ahmedabad. The Plan presents immediate and longer-term actions to increase preparedness, information-sharing, and response coordination to reduce the health impacts of extreme heat on vulnerable populations.

CLIMATE change impact will cost Zambia about US$13.8 billion which is 0.4 percent of annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth if it is not mitigated early, it has been learnt.

Climate Scorecard Country Report focuses on documenting extreme weather events over the past three years in the world’s leading greenhouse gas emitting countries.

Despite international efforts to address food insecurity, around 108 million people in the world were severely food insecure in 2016, a dramatic increase compared with 80 million in 2015, according to a new global report on food crises released in Brussels today.

A new study indicates that millions of people, particularly those who are living in megacities, could be exposed to more deadly heat wave these coming years, according to a new study.

A report produced by the Emirates Wildlife Society in association with WWF (EWS-WWF) has revealed a comprehensive summary detailing the projected risks and impacts of climate change in the UAE.

Question raised in Rajya Sabha on Extreme changes in climate, 27/03/2017. As per the fifth Assessment report (AR5) of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published in 2014, globally averaged combined land and ocean surface temperature has risen by 0.85 0C [0.65 to 1.06] over the period 1880 to 2012.