In a world getting used to extreme weather, 2023 is starting out more bonkers than ever and meteorologists are saying it’s natural weather weirdness with a bit of help from human-caused climate change.
The devastating heat wave that has baked India and Pakistan in recent months was made more likely by climate change and is a glimpse of the region’s future, international scientists said in a study released on Monday, May 23, 2022.
Devastating floods in South Africa this week, as well as other extreme weather events across the continent linked to human−caused climate change, are putting marine and terrestrial wildlife species at risk, according to biodiversity experts.
Agricultural workers in the east and Horn of Africa are preparing for their most severe drought in 40 years, as authorities warn that higher temperatures and less than normal rainfall was recorded by weather agencies in March and April this year.
Human-induced climate change “contributed substantially” to the atmospheric river and ensuing floods that devastated B.C. last year, a new study by Environment Canada scientists confirms, warning Canadians to brace for more of the same.
Dressed as endangered fish or tigers or wearing toy polar bears on their heads, demonstrators marched through Brussels on Sunday, October 10, 2021, to push world leaders to take bolder action to fight climate change at the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow starting this month.