Clue to pearl millet's heat tolerance may help fight climate chaos
Heat resistance in crops will be crucial for many farmers as climate experts forecast major heat waves in years to come
Rise in global warming triggered by Pacific 'flip' - UK Met Office
The Met Office said the rate of global warming slowed between 1999 and 2014, but has now picked up due to a "flip" in the Pacific weather pattern
China and India take different roads to green Asia’s infrastructure
“It’s not just about getting a project done - it’s about getting it right for the future”
Who will pay for the effects of climate change on small islands?
Climate scientists have long made it clear that higher temperatures, higher sea levels will weave together to super-charge storms. Now, we islanders are on the forefront of this reality
It's not possible to simply 'adapt' to Hurricane Irma
If Florida with its infrastructure and financial muscle buckles under the pressure of Hurricane Irma, bear a thought for the small islands of the Caribbean
Text message network connects offline farmers in Kenya
The service, whose Scottish co-founder Kenny Ewan describes it as "the internet for people with no internet", is free to use and only requires a mobile phone.
Homeowners' help needed to avert future flood crises, experts say
"This is a way of sharing the cost and responsibility"
Residents wade through floodwaters in Las Pinas, Metro Manila
Residents wade and ride on pedicabs through floodwaters in Las Pinas, Metro Manila as a storm sweeps across the main Luzon island, Philippines, September 12, 2017. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
FEATURE-Cartagena struggles to get pioneering climate plan into action
Turns plans into policies remaining a challenge - and not just in Colombia
The "Trash Isles": campaigners ask U.N. to make ocean waste its own country
"There may well be a national anthem, general elections and even a national football team"