Beijing Evacuates People As Doksuri Blasts Northern China
Authorities in Beijing cancel sporting events and close a number of parks and tourist attractions as a weak typhoon makes landfall.
Climate Change Causes "Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever"
Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever is spread by ticks or animal tissue. It has a fatality rate of up to 40% and is difficult to avoid or cure.
Hospitalizations in Arizona Are at Pandemic Levels Due to Heat
As the Southwest swelters in a deadly, merciless heat wave, Phoenix once again marks a record-tying 18 consecutive days at that temperature or higher.
An AI-Based Meteorological Model For Global Weather Forecasts
According to a new study published in the journal Nature, Chinese researchers have created an AI-based model with three-dimensional neural networks for precise and medium-range global weather forecasts.
Scorching Heat Wave Moves Across Southern Europe
As temperatures rise in anticipation of a very hot weekend across southern Europe, Spain is already suffering from an unyielding heat wave.
Thai Drought Threatens the World's Supply of Rice and Sugar
This monsoon season, rainfall across Thailand may be up to 10% below average, and the start of the El Nino weather trend might further reduce precipitation.
Switzerland & Singapore to Join the Global Climate Data Project
The Net-Zero Public Utility has announced significant partnerships with leading public and commercial players from Switzerland and Singapore.
CCC Warns That UK "Lost" Its Status As A Global Climate Leader
The UK's delayed development and the sanctioning of new oil and gas projects have been criticized in a study by official government experts.
China Is At The Forefront To Address Climate Change
Discussions on climate change during the 14th AMNC of the WEF have become even more pertinent due to the excessive summer heat in northern China.
56 million-year-old Eocene global warming tells a wetter future
Models of Earth's response to global warming predict that dry parts would be more arid & wet areas will see greater precipitation.