The world's oceans set a temperature record in the past week, with their surface hitting 20.96 degrees Celsius (69.7 Fahrenheit)
About 2 billion people will live in hazardous heat conditions by the end of the century if climate policies continue on their current trajectory, according to new research published in the Nature Sustainability journal
The National Snow and Ice Data Center in the United States said Antarctica's sea ice fell to 1.91 million square kilometres this week, the lowest extent since records began in 1979
Heavy snowfall und subzero temperatures have wreaked havoc on the United States this holiday season. Deutsche Welle takes a closer look at how this and other types of extreme weather link back to climate change.
Earth’s ice is melting faster today than in the mid-1990s, new research suggests, as climate change nudges global temperatures ever higher.
G7 leaders gathering in France this weekend plan to hammer out "concrete measures" in response to the wildfires raging in the Amazon rainforest, putting them on a collision course with Brazil's rightwing leader.
While 2018 was the fourth-warmest year on record, British meteorologists are predicting the next five years will be much hotter, maybe even record-breaking.
Power outages hit around 45,000 homes across Sydney's upmarket eastern suburbs as a forecast 40 degrees Celsius (104°F) heatwave hit the harbourside city, with media reports of people being trapped in lifts and one hospital losing power.