'Minutes to midnight': World hits 1.4° of warming as Dubai summit opens with new fund and report disputing a leader's credibility.
The U.N. and other aid agencies scrambled to step up relief as Israel and Hamas began a four-day truce.
Heat-trapping gases keep collecting in the atmosphere at a record rate, the U.N. weather agency found.
The food on our tables often comes with high, unseen costs to our health, environment and society, a new FAO report finds.
In one glimmer of hope, hundreds of people were allowed to enter Egypt from Gaza, which one U.N. official called a "graveyard" for children who are caught up in the fighting.
Humanitarian aid trickled into Gaza but agencies were being forced to scale back as fuel and other basic items were depleted and diplomats remained at an impasse.
A new U.N. report finds the number of women and girls living in conflict-affected nations doubled in five years.
Despite some aid trickling into Gaza through Egypt's Rafah crossing, needs are soaring as tensions flare that could cause the Israel-Hamas war to spread to other countries.
Aid groups call for humanitarian corridor and respect for rules of war as Israel-Hamas war escalates
Officials say civilians' basic needs and protections must be upheld in accord with international humanitarian law.
New measurements show a dramatic decline in the health of glaciers and sea ice, perpetuating the cycle of warming.
Some in the developing world fear that the war in Ukraine is diverting attention away from the dangers of climate change.
African leaders say they have a market-based plan to fight human-caused global warming that will spread economic development among millions of people on the continent.
The Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization agreed on some policies but not a unified goal to end deforestation.
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said that by keeping millions of tons of grain from Ukraine out of the international market, Russia was forcing up food prices around the world.
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Don't say we weren't warned: Extreme weather events and new records are becoming the norm as our polluted Earth suffers warming oceans, raging fires and rising floods.