A climate change film made by a group of over 40 young people from the UK and South Africa during the pandemic is being shown at COP26 today, Monday 8 November.
Global warming has caused extreme ice melting events in Greenland to become more frequent and more intense over the past 40 years according to new research, raising sea levels and flood risk worldwide
A glacier in West Antarctica has been formally named after the city of Glasgow to mark its hosting of the COP26 climate change conference.
Parts of the Earth will be uninhabitable by 2500 if the current level of effort to address the climate crisis is maintained, a new study predicts.
Researchers in the UK and Africa have teamed up to help tea producers better understand future climate risks in a bid to reduce crop damage.