From sea level rise to global greenhouse gas emissions, here’s a look at climate science in 6 charts — and why we should still remain hopeful, from atmospheric scientist Betsy Weatherhead PhD.

Atmospheric scientist John Allen PhD explains what scientists know — and don’t know — about rising temperatures, tornadoes and our future.

The pivotal COP26 UN climate talks in Glasgow have come to an end. So where do we stand on cutting emissions and limiting global warming? Here’s what you need to know, from climate scientists Simon Lewis PhD and Mark Maslin PhD.

You’ve probably seen a lot of climate change jargon in the news lately — words like “mitigation”, “carbon neutral” and “sustainable development”. To free you from confusion, here’s a helpful explainer from science communicators and researchers.

Heads of state and corporate and NGO leaders are meeting at COP26 in November to discuss the climate crisis and set new targets. But what exactly will happen there? And how likely is real change to come from it? Law and policy adviser Shelley Inglis explains.

It’s not just your imagination … the world is actually getting wetter. That’s because as temperatures rise, the atmosphere can hold — and release — more water. A look at the science behind heavy rains and how you can safeguard yourself from floods.

What’s the key to inspiring positive action on climate change? Seeing and hearing about real solutions, says climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe PhD. Not only will you be more likely to act — but more likely to support others who do.