A prolonged heatwave in Siberia is “undoubtedly alarming”, climate scientists have said. The freak temperatures have been linked to wildfires, a huge oil spill and a plague of tree-eating moths.
Heavy rain and flooding in Mt Hagen on Friday caused a landslide which destroyed several homes and food gardens, besides roads and bridges.
On an Alaskan island, one of nature’s greatest spectacles is shutting down, as brown bears abandon fish in favor of a surprising alternative.
One of southern Africa’s biggest tourist attractions has seen an unprecedented decline this dry season, fuelling climate change fears
France has launched a special smartphone application to track a rocketing plague of ticks, which cause over 30,000 cases of Lyme disease par year and pose a threat to thousands of British holidaymakers who take to the French countryside in summer.
Pods of killer whales are stalking the boats of Alaska fishermen and stealing their halibut catches, leaving the men with no fish and thousands of gallons of fuel wasted trying to flee.
Increasing blanket of mucus-like substance in water threatens coral and fishing industry
UN urges immediate action as east African nations already experiencing devastating hunger see large areas of crops destroyed.
Ecologist fears the Macleay River may take decades to recover, with heavy rains likely to affect other waterways
Nearly 60 polar bears have been stranded on the Arctic coast near a remote village in Russia's Far East after warm winter weather hampered their hunting routine.
Anglers has expressed concerns that this early-arriving green slime signals the end of what was viewed as the summer of plenty for walleye fishermen.
Deadly blaze that killed four people and forced evacuation of 10 villages is now close to being under control
An estimated 11,000 people have been affected by heavy rain this year and 1,000 hectares of crops have been destroyed
A blob menacing Hawaii is now visible from space. A massive heatwave in the Pacific Ocean is killing off coral. Satellites are capturing the destruction so that scientists can learn how to rebuild the reefs.
Flycatchers, swallows and warblers are among the species “in a mass die-off across New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, Arizona and farther north into Nebraska.
All-time records in Germany and Luxembourg could also fall in latest continent-wide heatwave
Robert Prescott, of the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, believes a warming trend allowed the turtles to delay their migration south.
A category 3 cyclone called Seroja made landfall in Western Australia Sunday night. It has left a great deal of damage in the town of Kalbarri. The storm also caused much destruction in Indonesia and East Timor before moving along on its path.
‘There’s a really high likelihood that the pack is just gone altogether’
Researchers in Canada find that population did not bother making the 6,000km roundtrip in 2018-2019