Extreme weather conditions are affecting areas across the globe. Are they a result of global warming? Dr. Alexander Hildebrand, a meteorologist from the German weather service wetter.com, provides some answers.
The year 2016 broke records for our warming planet, and climate expert Deke Arndt says it won't be the last. He tells DW that access to water - having too much or not enough - will be increasingly important.
Last year has broken climate records: It has been the warmest year since records began and extreme weather events have increased around the world. Two recent reports confirm, once again, that climate change is happening.
On World Meteorological Day, DW provides an overview of how global warming is changing our lived experience of the climate.
Killer heat due to global warming means much of the planet faces rising fatalities, a study shows. By 2100, almost half of people on the planet will be at risk of heat-related illness or death - even if emissions fall.
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