Last August, scientists aboard an icebreaker that had been drifting with the ice across the Arctic Ocean in a yearlong research expedition decided
Lobbyists for ExxonMobil have described the oil giant’s backing for a carbon tax as a public relations ploy intended to stall more serious
The US president blamed the climate crisis for a record-breaking heatwave when he met governors from western states as fierce wildfires burn in
The city with the best summers in the nation just hit 108F (42.2C) degrees. As a lifelong Seattle-area resident and so-called geriatric millennial,
Australia has been ranked last for climate action out of nearly 200 countries in a report assessing progress towards global sustainable development goals.
At least 486 sudden deaths were reported over five days during British Columbia’s unprecedented heatwave, suggesting the extreme weather that affected western Canada
Small island nations on the climate crisis frontlines have been overlooked in overseas aid, according to a new index. Urging a move away
The Morrison government has announced a $175m loan to help build a large new metallurgical coalmine in central Queensland, in a move labelled