A heat wave broiling Europe spilled northward to Britain and fueled ferocious wildfires in Spain and France.
Towering waves on Hawaii’s south shores crashed into homes and businesses, spilled across highways and toppled tables at a wedding reception over the weekend.
Officials from 40 countries are meeting in Berlin to discuss how to stay focused on fighting climate change while the world reels from the economic fallout of the pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
CAIRO (AP) — Flash floods triggered by seasonal torrential rains in Sudan’s western Darfur region killed at least 12 people, including children, the U.N. and an aid group said Sunday.
Strong winds and hot, dry weather are frustrating French firefighters’ efforts to contain a huge wildfire that has raced across pine forests in the Bordeaux region for a fifth straight day.
President Joe Biden is promising “strong executive action” to combat climate change, despite setbacks that have restricted his ability to regulate carbon emissions and boost clean energy such as wind and solar power.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz says Germany’s decision to reactivate coal and oil-fired power plants to relieve energy shortages because of the war in Ukraine is only temporary and his government remains committed to doing “everything” to combat the climate crisis.
President Joe Biden seems to have bowed to Sen. Joe Manchin’s demand for a slimmed-down economic package.
The pilot of a Portuguese firefighting plane has died when his plane crashed while on a firefighting operation in the northeast of the country.
British authorities issued their first ever “red” warning for extreme heat early next week, declaring a national emergency as forecasters predict record temperatures that will put even healthy people at risk of serious illness and death.
Sen. Joe Manchin has told Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer that he will oppose an economic measure if it includes climate or energy provisions or boosts taxes on the rich or corporations.
SUVA, Fiji (AP) — Pacific island national leaders declared a climate emergency on Friday and agreed to try to bring Kiribati back to the region’s main diplomatic grouping.
Climate activists in Germany and across Europe are escalating their tactics in a bid to prompt more government action on climate change.
HONOLULU (AP) — Hurricane Darby in the Central Pacific is expected to weaken over the next two days as it moves south of Hawaii’s Big Island.
U.S. officials are asking for outside help as they craft definitions of old growth and mature forests under an executive order from President Joe Biden. The U.S.
More than 3,000 firefighters are battling alongside ordinary Portuguese citizens desperate to save their homes as several wildfires rage across the European Union country.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Higher-than-normal ozone levels could cause health problems for some residents in west Tennessee, east Arkansas and north Mississippi on Thursday, officials said.
Firefighters from Portugal and Spain to southern France and Croatia are battling a spate of wildfires scorching Europe amid an unusual heat wave that authorities link to climate change.
Countries on Africa’s east coast are increasingly turning to climate funding initiatives to boost livelihoods of oceanside communities, aid biodiversity and take climate action.
The German government has unveiled a new package of climate measures to close the emissions gap in the transport and housing sectors as part of the country’s plan to become carbon neutral by 2045.
LAACH, Germany (AP) — Half-destroyed bridges. Train tracks that end in the middle of nowhere. Abandoned ruins in one of the world’s richest countries.
A new study published Tuesday calculates just how much climate-related loss richer countries have caused poorer countries through their carbon emissions.
Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon broke all records for a six month period during the first half of 2022, a sign of increasing destruction during the presidency of Jair Bolsonaro.
South Sudan’s president ordered the suspension Saturday of all dredging-related activities in the country until evidence-based studies are carried out on their on impact surrounding communities and the ecosystems they rely on.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Citing the need to fight climate change, Pennsylvania’s Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday vetoed Republican-penned legislation to stop municipalities from adopting building codes that prohibit natural gas hookups.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The administration of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf asked the state’s high court Monday to weigh in on a legal battle over Pennsylvania’s plan to charge power plants for their emissions of planet-warming carbon dioxide.
Officials said Monday that countries have approved the first comprehensive guidelines for judging the value of nature following four years of intense debate.
OKANOGAN-WENATCHEE NATIONAL FOREST, Wash. (AP) — Few creatures exist closer to the front lines of climate change than wild, native bees.
A state court temporarily blocked Pennsylvania from participating in a regional carbon pricing program to combat climate change, ruling Friday in favor of coal-related interests that argue the administration of Gov.
Social media users shared a range of false claims this week. Here are the facts: Experts strongly warn against using herbs as a way to induce abortion, as suggested in popular posts being shared online.