The limit a body can take

Experts have found that the human body has an "upper critical temperature" of between 40C and 50C, a limit which, if surpassed, can cause it to start malfunctioning.

World records hottest day for third time in a week

The temperatures are being driven by human-induced climate change and the naturally-occurring weather pattern known as El Niño, scientists say. Last month was the hottest June on record, the EU's climate monitoring service Copernicus said on Thursday.

Countries where record heatwaves are likely to cause most harm

The UK research shows that unprecedented heat extremes combined with socioeconomic vulnerability puts certain regions, such as Afghanistan, Papua New Guinea, and Central America,most in peril.

Earth's vital signs signal a "code red" climate emergency

According to the new paper, 16 of 35 planetary vital signs have now reached record extremes. That includes rises in the frequency of dangerous heat events, global tree cover loss from fires and the prevalence of the mosquito-borne dengue virus.

Pakistan Flood Crisis Caused by Climate Change

Relentless rains in Pakistan over two months have caused the country's worst flooding in more than a decade. Floodwaters have washed away roads, buildings, and crops. A third of the country is now underwater.

Tornadoes and climate change

Projections suggest that stronger, tornado-producing storms may be more likely as global temperatures rise, though strengthened less than we might expect from the increase in available energy.

The South Pole just had its most severe cold season on record

The average temperature at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station between April and September, a frigid minus - 61 Celsius and was the coldest on record, dating back to 1957.

July 2021 hottest month ever recorded

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the US stated that July 2021 was the hottest month ever recorded globally, in 142 years of recordkeeping. The previous record was set in July 2016.

A Total of 80 Firestorms Were Recorded This Summer

Extreme temperatures and serious wildfires getting to extreme proportions were recorded this summer in the northern hemisphere. Firestorms is a severe class of flames penetrating the upper limit of the troposphere.

Madagascar may experience the world's first climate change famine

Madagascar is experiencing levels of starvation at a scale described as “beyond belief”.  30,000 people are estimated to be experiencing the highest internationally recognized level of food insecurity, level 5, according to the UN.

A Hotter Future Is Certain, According to U.N. Climate Report

Nations have delayed curbing their fossil-fuel emissions for so long that they can no longer stop global warming from intensifying over the next 30 years.

Iran faces its driest summer in fifty years

Some parts of Iran had a 50 to 85 % reduction in precipitation this year. There are also temperature rises of 2-3 C. These factors have prompted tensions between the Iranian government and its citizens.

Antarctica hits record temperature of 18.3 C

With this, Antarctica has now become one of the fastest-warming regions in the world - registering a rise of almost three degrees Celsius in the last 50 years.

Temperatures soar as heatwave hits western US and Canada

The extended “heat dome” could be a taste of the future for the Pacific Northwest as climate change reshapes weather patterns worldwide.

Climate disasters displaced more people than conflicts in 2020

More people were displaced by weather disasters in 2020 than by violent conflicts. Further, the publication indicates the number of internally displaced people in the world reached the highest level in history.