Hit by climate change, Central American coffee growers get a taste for cocoa
For coffee producers at low altitudes, climate shifts have brought drought and disease, pushing them to plant cocoa
Bottled water is 'the new gold' in drought-hit Harare
The reason is simple: what's coming out of the tap in many homes and businesses is increasingly undrinkable
Pakistan expands glacier monitoring in effort to cut disaster risk
With glaciers melting faster in the face of climate change, flood risk is rising and early warnings will be key
U.S. village in Alaska votes to relocate due to climate change
A Native American village in Alaska has voted to relocate its entire population of some 600 people due to the threat of rising seas
U.S. village in Alaska deciding on relocation due to climate change
Shishmaref is one of dozens of indigenous villages in Alaska that face growing threats of flooding and erosion due to global warming
Some fish tackle ocean global warming by pretending it's night
In 2014, the U.N. panel of climate scientists said that "ocean acidification poses substantial risks to marine ecosystems"
Shaking up farming in rural Nepal
How can Nepalese farmers plagued by extreme poverty build resilience to climate extremes and take advantage of economic opportunities?
Heavy rainfall and heat swamp Sri Lanka's anti-dengue drive
“It’s going to be tough” to control dengue in the future, virologist warns