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By Associated Press
Firefighters made progress against a huge Northern California wildfire that was still growing and threatening thousands of mountain homes, while crews also battled major blazes Sunday in Oregon and Washington.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
To help land his support for a bill hailed by advocacy groups as the biggest investment ever in curbing climate change, Manchin said he secured a commitment from President Joe Biden and Democratic leaders to move a permitting-streamlining package for energy projects through…
By Wanjohi Kabukuru, Associated Press
In villages dotted across the African continent, locals living in once-heavily forested regions are starting to find their land in high demand.
From drought to cyclones and sea level rise, the cost of damage caused by climate change in Africa will only get higher as the world warms, stirring concerns from activists and officials about how to pay for it.
A new report's findings stirred renewed calls for compensation for the continent by many who believe rich nations that emit far more planet-warming gases into the atmosphere should foot the bill for climate catastrophes.
By Munir Ahmed, Associated Press
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appealed to the world for “massive" help for cash-strapped Pakistan after arriving in the country to see the devastation from months of deadly floods.
By Brian Melley, Associated Press
The record-breaking heat that has pushed California's electrical grid to the breaking point for more than a week is almost over, but it's a sign of things to come.
By Stephanie Sy
California is no stranger to extreme weather. It typically comes in the form of severe drought and wildfires, but a new study suggests the Golden State should also be preparing for a mega storm it hasn't seen the likes of…
The region will experience “unprecedented” heat waves, more severe and longer-lasting droughts and dust storms and rainfall shortages that will “compromise water and food security” for the region’s 400 million people, according to a summary of the report released Tuesday.
Rich countries said they will spend about $25 billion by 2025 to boost Africa’s efforts to adapt to climate change as the continent continues to struggle with drought, cyclones and extreme heat, according to officials at a summit in Rotterdam…
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