Climate change is forcing big and small changes to the American fishing industry as animals, fishermen and policymakers adjust to rising sea temperatures.
"India doesn't have to add new coal-based power plants, and all future growth in demand will be met by efficient usage of existing assets and new renewable energy sources," Sunil Dahiya from Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) said.
The insurance industry is becoming increasingly sensitive to the effects of climate change on their businesses. Some insurers are reducing coverage or new policies in California and Florida. This raises difficult questions about the future of doing business in certain regions of the United States, too.
If the shift in the weather pattern is the case, it could lead to a slowdown and even a reversal of tourism trends between northern and southern Europe, as north Europeans would rather spend their summer vacation time at home than travel in south Europe.
"Given China's outsized role in adding to carbon pollution, it needs to move away from coal power-- fast. Yet when clean power runs short, including when climate-fueled drought shuts hydropower plants down, China falls back on coal. To succeed at emissions reduction, China needs to break that cycle," climate risk expert Alice C. Hill told IBT.
Residents in an isolated coastal village in Indonesia rely on used tires and sandbags to protect their community from rising sea levels and climate change.
Here are the top 30 cities with the worst air quality, as of this week.
Weather systems and climate change are exacerbating the effects of the wildfires raging across Canada as they send hazardous smoke toward the U.S.
A new study offers a grim look at how a multi-day blackout during a heat wave could lead to significant loss of life and illnesses in Phoenix, Arizona.
Scientists suffering insults and mass-spam are abandoning Twitter for alternative social networks as hostile climate-change denialism surges on the platform following Elon Musk's takeover.
During a virtual meeting of the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate, Biden urged his counterparts to meet a target of limiting overall global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Climate change is among the major global issues of the 21st century.
Firms find that investors penalize their stock less for high greenhouse gas emissions if they voluntarily disclose that data, researchers at Lazard's climate center said on Friday.
Restoring animals may actually help capture and store carbon, researchers have found.
Mortality peaked three to six months following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The plants catch and digest insects using their sticky leaves so as to compensate for the nutrient deficiency of the substrate that they're growing in.
While it may cause health issues among people, the seaweed reportedly helps a number of migratory sea creatures by providing them with a habitat.
A rise in Clean-Air Turbulence is alarming because it cannot be detected by onboard flight radar equipment and can strike "without warning," researchers say.
The upcoming anthology boasts an all-star cast that includes Meryl Streep and David Schwimmer.
The economic confrontation between the United States and China has put Europe in the crossfire, with Washington's plan to boost green industries threatening to cause collateral damage to a key ally.
Australia has seen an increase in snake sightings as it experiences its third consecutive La Niña.
Hundreds of millions around the globe face varying degrees of food insecurity -- a chronic lack of access to nutritious, affordable food.
2022 was the third most expensive year on record when it came to climate change-related damages in the United States, and 2023 is already shaping up to also be a potentially costly year.
Exxon Campaigned Against Global Warming Despite Internal Research Accurately Predicting Future Calamity
A new study shows that internal research conducted by ExxonMobil accurately predicted the future effects of global warming.
Unseasonably high temperatures and heavy rain have shut down some ski resorts in the Alps at the start of the winter season.
On Friday, the Biden Administration announced the reversal of a Trump Era rule to expand federal protections for national waterways.