A project to document communities undergoing irreversible change took these authors to the frozen Zanskar river, which connects Ladakh and Zanskar in northern India.
Governor announces end to the historic drought, yet water conservation is far from finished as state tries to build climate change resilience
Around the world courts are stepping in when politicians fail to act, with South Africa’s government the latest to lose a groundbreaking climate lawsuit with judges ruling against its plans for a new coal-fired power station
Public information film unseen for years shows Shell had clear grasp of global warming 26 years ago but has not acted accordingly since, say critics
Scientists predicted decades ago that climate change would add stress to water management systems like Oroville Dam
Ambitious Mosaic expedition will study weather patterns and life in melt ponds from vessel drifting with the ice current
From air pollution to Trump and wildlife extinction, we look at the major environmental issues for the year ahead