The Arctic-midlatitude teleconnection will become a less reliable predictor of midlatitude winter anomalies in a warmer future.
The UN General Assembly (UNGA) adopted a resolution seeking the ICJ for an advisory opinion on the duties of States concerning climate change.
More than 1.500 people died of cholera over the past one year, and the government is struggling to contain its spread
The Arctic sea might be seasonally ice-free earlier than we thought
The Arctic sea ice’s near future might look different than we thought. A new study focused on the near future of the ice in the Arctic region.
This Canada’s wildfire season is record-breaking and set to continue
Canada’s wildfire season this year is impacting air quality way beyond the borders of the North American state, reaching as far as Europe.
India heatwave is challenging the life of the most vulnerable
Nearly 100 people have died in the heatwave in India that has badly hit millions of people who work under the blazing sun to earn their livelihood.
Hokkaido, Japan’s wilderness, is a window onto diverse communities
Niseko, Toya-Usu and Shiraoi are three Hokkaido destinations for travellers who want to feel close to the communities they’re visiting.
Ume, Japan’s favourite pickle, is the fruit of 400 years of sustainable farming
On the hills of Minabe and Tanabe ume fruit has been cultivated alongside oak forests and honeybees for centuries using a method now recognised by the FAO.