The marsupial frog, which incubates its young in a pouch on its back, was thought to be extinct in some countries
The northern hemisphere experienced a sweltering summer due to climate and meteorological patters. Scientists say the south will not escape.
Shimmering bodies of water have appeared in the sand dunes of the recently reopened Death Valley National Park after a summer deluge
A withering drought has turned the Amazonian capital of Manaus into a climate dystopia with the second worst air quality in the world and rivers at the lowest levels in 121 years.
Over the past 20 years, extreme weather events globally, like hurricanes, floods and heat waves, have cost an estimated $2.8 trillion, according to a new study.
Earth’s average temperature has “shattered” the previous record for September by more than 0.9 degrees Fahrenheit, the biggest monthly margin ever recorded.
Catastrophic overflow of Lhonak Lake in state of Sikkim caused a dam to partially collapse and submerged army bases
Eastern Antarctica spiked by almost 70 degrees Fahrenheit over their recorded average.
Spain hailstorm destroys nearly $43 million worth of crops as it hits nearly 100% of some farmers’ harvests
Farmers in the southeastern Spain city of Valencia are reeling after severe weather struck the region over the weekend, destroying nearly $43 million worth of crops across thousands of acres of land.
Elephants from Zimbabwe are seeking water in Botswana in greater numbers, and earlier than usual.
Neighbourhoods washed away in port city of Derna, where two dams burst, with many bodies swept out to sea