More frequent droughts, predicted for the future, may not allow ecosystems enough time to recover before the next prolonged dry spell.
Cities and towns across Europe are being warned to adapt to the battering they face from intense storms as extreme weather events become more frequent.
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The use of geoengineering to simulate sulfate aerosol discharge into the stratosphere from volcanic eruptions may offer short-term respite from devastating storms.
Rich countries are failing to fulfill pledges to make billions of dollars available to help the developing world face climate change.
Nations suffering from climate change-induced disasters, including some that have displaced people from their homes, are asking for more than the annual $100 billion allotted as "climate change mitigation measures" by the United Nations.
Climate change may drastically increase the risk of simultaneous cyclones and storm surges striking populous coastlines around the world.
A British government scientific panel says increasingly frequent heat waves, droughts and other extreme weather threaten more -- and more severe -- global food crises.
More than 1,200 people have died as a result of an intense heatwave in southern Pakistan, and experts are warning of more hot weather to come.
New evidence appears that increased melting of sea ice as the Earth warms could weaken the Gulf Stream and reduce temperatures in Western Europe.