The WMO also found a 98 percent chance that one of the next five years will be the hottest on record, surpassing 2016
Rising global temperatures are increasing the risk of workers dying or becoming disabled from labouring in extreme heat
The past eight years were the hottest since records began, the United Nations confirmed Thursday, despite the cooling influence of a drawn-out La Nina weather pattern.
United Nations officers running security at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt said Monday they are probing allegations of surveillance and misconduct by Egyptian police towards delegates..Participants at COP27 -- including activists, rights defenders, and civil society groups -- have raise
Bangladesh has been awarded the Local Adaptation Champions Awards at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt along with three other countries.
If carbon dioxide emissions continue unabated throughout the 21st century, the costs from riverine flood damages and decreased agricultural and worker productivity due to the temperature increase will go up to 4 percent of the country’s GDP per year by 2050, according to a new report by the World Bank.
Chief Executive Officer of the Global Center on Adaptation, Professor Dr Patrick Verkooijen, has said investing in climate adaptation is not just the right thing to do but is also the economically smart thing to do.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the international partners to support Bangladesh’s efforts to implement the National Adaptation Plan for 2023-2050.
Over 7.1 million Bangladeshis were displaced by climate change in 2022, a number that could reach 13.3 million by 2050, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
France on Sunday said it regretted the "lack of ambition" in the agreement reached at the COP27 climate summit in Egypt despite progress on providing funding for vulnerable countries.
Unicef is launching a new climate financing initiative to enhance countries’ climate resilience and disaster preparedness for children and youth and bolster protection for children from the impacts of future climate-related disasters.
University Externado di Colombia held a day long public event on "social business for building a more equitable world" on its campus on the occasion of Nobel laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus visit to the country.
While individual carbon footprints are dwarfed by global fossil fuel companies, we can do a lot to tackle the climate crisis and “be the change we wish to see in the world.”
Most of the world’s wealthiest are to blame for the rising use of private jets.
Asia and the Pacific is the most disaster-prone region in the world. It also happens to be the most populous, leaving it disproportionately vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. In fact, of the 10 countries most affected by climate change in the last 20 years, six are in Asia.
Dhaka is losing $6 billion worth of labour productivity each year due to heat stress from extreme temperatures, said a study published yesterday.