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Wastewater injection, a byproduct of fracking, is the likely culprit behind a surge of earthquakes in northern Texas – and residents want accountability
Australia is the land of droughts and floods, but they are becoming more frequent and forceful. The window of opportunity to act on climate change is closing
Sarah-Jayne Clifton says countries such as Antigua and Barbuda need debt cancellation, and assistance to help them rebuild should be grants, not loans, while Ian Tysh tears into Theresa May’s domestic climate change policiesFor...
Climate change is at the heart of Labour’s industrial strategy, which means investing in green tech and renewable energy, and divesting from fossil fuels
Protection mechanism in tornado-hit turbines caused drop in power that led to entire system being tripped, Aemo says
Move needed to drive orderly transition to low-emissions power sources, Investor Group on Climate Change says
Market regulator urgently requested aluminium smelter reduce electricity use as demand surged alongside temperatures
Fossil fuel corporations are causing the climate change fuelling mega-fires – and they should be footing the bill for the devastation
From deadly protests to billion dollar insurance schemes, we look at the impact of extreme weather and what the world’s fastest growing major economy is doing about it
From coffee shortages to Leonardo DiCaprio’s filming nightmares, put your extreme weather knowledge to the test
Federal map of earthquake vulnerability finds threat to seven million people in central and eastern US amid increasing oil and gas production
US snowstorms, Tasmanian bushfires and Arabian plankton blooms were among the images captured by European Space Agency and Nasa satellites last month
David Cameron claims “The government is doing everything it can to help those who have seen their homes flooded – and to try and prevent further damage” (my italics)...
Contrary to the article by James Hansen, Kerry Emanuel, Ken Caldeira and Tom Wigley (Nuclear power paves the only viable path forward on climate change, 3 December), many scientists around the world remain sceptical that...
The fate of 70 million people rests on what happens to the Mekong river. With world leaders meeting in Paris next week for crucial UN climate talks, John Vidal journeys down south-east Asia’s vast waterway – a place that...
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