There is no panacea for flood events, but there a range of things we can either do better or start doing to mitigate or adapt to them.
As the west coast of Britain emerges from yet another battering – this time caused by the "remnants" of the United States' Winter Storm Jonas blizzards – new research has been published which reveals the extent to which ...
The World Economic Forum (WEF) published its annual Global Risks Report in the run up to its annual meeting in Davos. Food and water crises, energy price shocks, biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse, extreme weather events ...
James Cook University scientists have found lizards exposed to rain, hail and shine may cope better with extreme weather events predicted as a result of climate change than their fair-weather cousins.
Drought and extreme heat slashed global cereal harvests between 1964 and 2007 - and the impact of these weather disasters was greatest in North America, Europe and Australasia, according to a new study published in Nature ...
Temperatures at the North Pole rose above freezing point Wednesday, 20 degrees Celsius above the mid-winter norm and the latest abnormality in a season of extreme weather events.
Researchers advise warning systems and preparation to mitigate the effects of extreme weather events
As well as being a time for celebration, winter in Europe is a time for serious weather. Blizzards, flash floods, hurricanes, heavy snow fall can cause chaos, major disruption, economic loss, and endanger lives.
U.N. climate talks reached a milestone Saturday when more than 190 countries adopted the first accord asking all countries to join the fight against global warming.
Negotiators released a new, shorter draft of an international accord to fight global warming Wednesday—and it leaves key issues unresolved just two days before the high-stakes talks in Paris are scheduled to end.
Hamida Begum has fled her home on Bangladesh's Kutubdia island more times than she can remember while her neighbours have already given up the battle to prevent theirs being swallowed by the sea.