Global warming is a stark reality for communities close to Pakistan’s melting glaciers. It has 7,253 glaciers – the highest outside the polar regions.
Following a huge eruption in Indonesia, people on the ground have posted apocalyptic scenes of steaming hot mud rivers and volcanic ash rainstorms.
One person is confirmed dead and others are missing as torrential rain, floods, and mudslides devastate the Canadian province.
Torrential rainfall caused floods and mudslides across southern B.C., shutting down highways and forcing an entire city to flee.
Fires have already decimated and gentrified cities in the U.S. Canada isn’t far behind: Tens of thousands have fled their homes because of fires since 1980, putting pressure on host communities.
New Orleans is surveying the damage after one of the strongest hurricanes on record hit Louisiana.
A decade has passed since the triple disaster that devastated Japan’s northeastern region.
The world’s worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl continues to haunt Fukushima.
The ‘super cyclone’ that had wind gusts faster than 185 km/h is the deadliest storm to hit the Bay of Bengal this century.
Australia's worst bushfire season on record has been escalating for months now—and there's still no end in sight.
Red skies, brown smoke, and scorched earth have become the new normal in Australia, as the country faces one of the biggest climate catastrophes it's ever seen.
Nearly 93,000 people have been forced to abandon their homes, while 60 have died.