• Published On: January 3, 2024

    2023 was a record-breaking year for all the wrong reasons. It was overall the hottest in human history, both on land and at sea, by a big margin.

  • Published On: December 17, 2023

    The United States Department of Defense joined the COP28 Conference of Parties, highlighting the role of the military in a world threatened by climate change.

  • Published On: December 10, 2023

    Tipping points are critical thresholds in the Earth system where small changes can lead to large and sometimes irreversible consequences. They occur in various interconnected systems, such as ice, ecosystems, oceans, and the atmosphere.

  • Published On: December 4, 2023

    The annual COP (Conference of the Parties) summits are the focal point of international climate diplomacy, yet many feel they are being fundamentally undermined. COP28, currently underway in Dubai, has been particularly controversial even before it got started – but despite these controversies, there is hope that significant progress could be made in some important negotiations.

  • Published On: December 2, 2023

    King Charles III told world leaders Friday that the warning signs of the climate crisis are being ignored and that the world is heading for “dangerous uncharted territory,” with devastating consequences for lives and livelihoods.

  • Published On: December 1, 2023

    According to a AFP report based on government and UN figures, across the Horn of Africa an estimate of over two million people have been forced from their homes by torrential rains and the following floods.

  • Published On: November 24, 2023

    A new study finds up to 26% Antarctic ozone reduction since 2004, a trend since a couple of years - especially during the past three years. While the Montreal Protocol is widely hailed as a success by phasing out ozone depleting chemicals like chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), the current measurements suggest other atmospheric circumstances may be involved.

  • Published On: July 11, 2023

    It has been seven days with global average temperatures clocked in as the hottest days in an estimated 120.000 years.