A new study reveals that the changing weather patterns in Laos could be the reason behind the increase in bugs responsible for the neglected tropical diseases murine typhus and scrub typhus.
Many species will become extinct as a consequence of global warming. This is the prediction of a mathematical model developed at Linköping University, Sweden, presented in Nature Communications.
Researchers have used a 100-year observational dataset and the most advanced methods to model climate extremes, demonstrating the evolving dynamics of heatwaves throughout Europe under the impact of climate change.
So many climate models, so little time … A new way of measuring ocean temperatures helps scientists sort the likely from unlikely scenarios of global warming.
To mark 50 days before the start of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, in the UK in November, Epson has announced the results of its Climate Reality Barometer.
Across the globe, more than 200 health journals have gathered to publish at the same time an editorial beckoning world leaders to take immediate measures to stop nature’s destruction, restrict global temperature raises, and safeguard health.
Climate change will significantly alter future patterns of flooding, according to a new study led in part by the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
Warming oceans have driven the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale population from its traditional and protected habitat, exposing the animals to more lethal ship strikes, disastrous commercial fishing entanglements and greatly reduced calving rates.
Managing a strategically placed 30% of land for conservation could safeguard 70% of all considered terrestrial plant and vertebrate animal species, while simultaneously conserving more than 62% of the world's above and below ground vulnerable carbon, and 68% of all clean water.
Human beings have been facing climate change and meteorological disasters, which have now turned out to be a major problem.