After the 12 Hottest Months on Record, Is Climate Change Getting Worse?

The past 12 months have been the hottest ever recorded, with more severe weather extremes expected to come.

Cyclone Hamoon Ravages Bangladesh, Heightening Urgency For Loss and Damage Agreement

Escalating climate-related disasters are impacting the world's most vulnerable. Sustained funding for adaptation and loss and damage are vital to advance climate justice...

What Causes Heat Waves? Repercussions of a Heating Planet

As the world braces for a hotter 2024, understanding what causes heatwaves can empower us to mitigate and adapt to the worst effects...

Sea Level Rise in Singapore Calls for Immediate Action

Sea level rise in Singapore is the nation’s most immediate climate change threat. How is the densely populated, low lying island adapting to...

The Science Behind Heat Waves and Extreme Weather – Podcast

We speak to climate scientist and IPCC author Roxy Mathew Koll about heat waves and extreme weather events in Asia.

Erratic Monsoons in South Asia Set To Worsen With Rising Land and Sea Temperatures

South Asia’s monsoons were once considered a festive time, but changing climate patterns are making people dread them.

Extreme Weather in Asia Causes Havoc

The impacts of climate change are worsening faster than predicted. Asian countries were unprepared for the disasters that hit this year.

Climate Change in South Asia: Floods, Droughts and Displacement Are Just the Beginning

South Asians are bearing the brunt of increasingly severe climate extremes. Historically, they have contributed little to the crises they face.

Heatwaves in Europe, China and North America are No Longer Rare

Climate change has already made heatwaves longer and hotter, and now it is making concurrent heatwaves more common in the least likely of...