Weather-related disasters made worse by climate change could make world peace more elusive.
More than 100 million people could be affected by the combined impact of El Niño and La Niña.
The Fort McMurray wildfire was the costliest natural disaster in Canadian history, ringing up $3.58 billion in losses.
From soaring temperatures to Arctic sea ice melting and CO2 concentrations rising, this year is smashing records.
Forest fires in Southeast Asia last year produced carbon emissions higher than in the whole of the European Union.
The average number of large wildfires burning across the Western U.S. each year has tripled from the 1970s to the 2010s.
New analysis shows how climate change is influencing a dramatic increase in large western wildfires.
California's overworked firefighters are being forced to take on another task — clearing dead trees.
Wildfire season is about to kick off in earnest. Here's how you can track it, one fire at a time.
Wildfires have forced a drastic cut to oil sands production in Canada, exposing a growing climate risk.
A report from the USGS says northern wildfires must now be seen as a significant driver of climate change.
The world's most special cultural and natural sites are already being ravaged by climate change.
Cities around the world are failing to plan for fast-increasing risks from extreme weather, the World Bank says.
Wildfire has ravaged the town of Fort McMurray and likely caused more than $1 billion in losses.
Climate change is making wildfires like the one raging in Fort McMurray, Alberta more common.
Climate change is a major threat to human health, according to a report released Monday.
2015 set numerous climate records, from global temperatures to carbon dioxide levels to sea level rise.
An exceptionally strong El Niño has tampered with the world’s weather, bringing drought, floods and heat waves.
Opposing views on the relationship between climate change and extreme weather have led to debate.
"Climate change is real and it is with us," says top government official after 10.1 million acres burned in 2015.