Today's IPCC report is not an easy read. Here's what you need to know.
We can now see the desolation caused by a wildfire to Lytton, British Columbia, the community that set Canadian heat records last month.
Hundreds dead, marine mammal life decimated, and a town burned to the ground are all consequences of the sweltering heat in Canada and the U.S.
Heat-related deaths are on the rise and on track to outpace deaths from cold temperatures, finds a first-of-its-kind study.
Canada is experiencing temperatures near 50 C and flood warnings as snow melts rapidly. And yes, it's likely caused by global warming.
Monday could be even hotter and experts say Canadians are likely experiencing a new normal.
Cool linen sheets, a Dyson air conditioner-purifier combo, and a portable AC necklace will keep you from curdling this summer.
Some Japanese residents reported that wearing masks to prevent the coronavirus spread has made it harder to deal with the extreme heat.
Coronavirus, cyclone, locust attack, floods, heatwaves and forest fires: It’s not looking good.
New images from Antarctica's record heat wave show the rapid greening of an island's ice cap.