THE Panama Canal will cut its daily slot reservations due to droughts, and impose a “freshwater” charge on ships to maintain the thoroughfare’s levels, the authorities said on Monday, tightening access to one of the world’s most important trading routes.
Fire alarms have been sounding in high-rise buildings across downtown Sydney and Melbourne as dense smoke from distant wildfires confuse electronic sensors.
If we continue to burn these fossil fuels, the Earth’s temperature is projected to rise by around 4 degrees Celsius by the end of this century and by more than 7 degrees by the year 2200.
Asserting that climate change was threatening to undercut all progress, Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid on Wednesday urged countries to jointly deal with the challenge in a meaningful way.
THE European Centre for Medium-range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), one of the most accurate predictors of global weather, is upgrading its supercomputer to improve its models and fine-tune predictions of extreme weather.
In its 15th Global Risks Report published on Wednesday, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has said that for the first time in the report’s history all of the “top long-term risks by likelihood” are environmental.
Young Climate activists and several environmental organizations are to lodge three new constitutional complaints against the federal government and the German parliament, the Bundestag.
Facebook page Pollution Watch Gibraltar aims to continue to raise awareness of air quality on the Rock during 2020.
Massive floods experienced by many African countries over the past three months highlight the continent’s vulnerability to extended bouts of heavy rains, but also the potential to turn such climate patterns into an advantage.
This week’s announcement from BlackRock could catalyze a historic shift in leadership on Wall Street – and beyond.