The insurance industry is at the forefront of global risk trends, and they are growing increasingly concerned about the impact of climate change
The science behind attribution has become increasingly sophisticated over the past decade and, with increasingly stark data, relatively clear cut.
Delegates gather in a well-off district to spend hours parsing language on climate change agreements, while protesters outside shout slogans. Neither side is accomplishing much, writes journalist Marcus Priest in Lima.
Bit hot, huh? So what's going on with the weather patterns? Crikey asked our favourite meteorologist, Channel Ten presenter Magdalena Roze, to explain. You better get used to it.
As Australia’s unprecedented 2013 heatwave continues, the deadline for submissions to a Senate inquiry into Australia's readiness for climate change is coming to a close Graham Readfearn takes a look at what's required.
Drenched to the bone after a day cycling around in the rain and leading his bike across flooded roads with water up to his knees, Scott Bridges offers his misty travelogue through Sri Lanka.
What areas of the plan will receive more rainfall as climate change continues and will this offset the desertification in other areas? Do water vapor emissions need to be reduced? Amber Jamieson asks the climate scientists.
A baby Koel bird sat in Anna Rose's backyard in Sydney, screaming in distress at the current heatwave. Large numbers of people were treated in NSW hospitals this week suffering heat issues. And it's only going to get worse...
The recent flooding in Queensland is a symptom of a natural weather phenomenon called La Niña, say meteorologists. Roselina Press examines exactly what this La Niña is about and how long it's going to be hanging around for.