Tagged With Climate Change

The risks from climate change are only real for some ASX200 companies


These 20 images of Earth over the past 70 years show why countries signed the Paris Agreement


Floating homes that can withstand Category 4 hurricanes will soon become a reality



8 TED talks that predict what a healthy future world may look like


Scientists calculated the impact humans had on Hurricane Florence's record-breaking rainfall forecasts — here's how we've made it so much wetter


The world economy could grow $26 trillion in a decade if governments and businesses focus on climate change



We asked 11 climate scientists where they'd live in the US to avoid future natural disasters — here’s what they said


Scientists calculated a 'point of no return' for dealing with climate change — and time is running out


California kicks its climate change fight into overdrive while Trump looks the other way


Scott Morrison needs to decide on his climate policy and it looks like it will include the Paris emissions targets


Air pollution is so harmful to the brain that it can hurt verbal and maths test scores — and it gets worse as people age


Scientists are working on a device that could one day harvest up to 38 litres of drinking water per hour from thin air



Nearly one trillion dollars of US real estate is threatened by rising seas, and the risk is already affecting home values


This week in 1912, a newspaper printed a spot-on warning about our warming world. We're living in the future it predicted.


New York City has painted over 6 million square feet of rooftops white — and it could be a brilliant heat-fighting plan


Rare flamingos in England laid eggs for the first time in 15 years — and experts are saying it's because of Europe's heatwave



The world could hit a tipping point that causes warming to spiral out of control — a scenario scientists call 'Hothouse Earth'


One of the largest banks issued an alarming warning that Earth is running out of the resources to sustain life


Modern technology is slowly killing the mood in the 'happiest country in the world'


We've reached a milestone in our demand for Earth's natural resources, and it could have major consequences