Babies to face seven times more heatwaves than grandparents

New research suggests if current climate policies do not change extreme weather events will become far more frequent and affect poorer children the most

‘Climate change puts one billion children’s lives at risk’

New UNICEF report reveals young people living in the Central African Republic, Chad, Nigeria and Guinea are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change

Climate change ‘could make UK’s office-to-flat conversions uninhabitable’

Repurposing commercial buildings could create swathes of homes that are unfit for living in future climate conditions, according to a new report

Met Office confirms heatwave broke record for highest ever UK temperature

A temperature of 38.7°C was recorded at Cambridge University Botanic Garden on Thursday, 25th July

Temperatures – and energy demand – soar in summer heatwave

With air conditioning use rising in offices and homes throughout Europe how do our energy systems keep up with increased demand?

Continued emissions ‘could see 58% of Earth break heat records every year’

Researchers at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology in Melbourne say developing nations and island states are likely to be the worst affected

Heatwave in 2018 ‘could not have occurred without human-caused climate change’

Scientists say soaring temperatures are likely to become much more frequent unless significant decarbonisation is achieved

Delhi hits all-time record temperature for June

A heatwave sweeping across India has seen temperatures in the capital soar as high as 48°C

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Marine heatwave means bottlenose dolphins could be fin-ished

Following a period of warmer waters in Australia’s Shark Bay, dolphin populations fell by up to 12%

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Is coal as reliable as we think?

A number of coal plant outages across the country have left heatwave-stricken homes without power