22 November, 2015 – Reduced river flows in Brazil, as global warming intensifies the drought there, mean more damage from a burst dam, scientists say.
21 November, 2015 – Warming oceans helped to worsen Australia’s floods five years ago by intensifying rainfall, researchers find.
6 November, 2015 − The use of geoengineering to simulate sulphate aerosol discharge into the stratosphere from volcanic eruptions may offer short-term respite from devastating storms.
27 October, 2015 − Scientists predict that while the drought that has devastated the US state for four years will become more extreme, it will be interspersed with bouts of serious flooding.
22 October, 2015 – Analysis of insurance data shows that climate change is pushing up the cost of dealing with the disastrous effects of extreme weather events.
3 October 2015 − Scientists say the eastern seaboard of the US faces more frequent storms and flooding as sea levels continue to rise with climate change.
28 September, 2015 − Scientists say coasts and communities in the Pacific region face more extreme weather hazards as climate change magnifies the devastating El Niño effect.
26 September, 2015 – Scientists pinpoint when global warming emerged – and predict increasingly greater climate extremes in hot, cold and wet weather trends.
15 August, 2015 – A British government scientific panel says increasingly frequent heat waves, droughts and other extreme weather threaten more global food crises.
30 July, 2015 – Researchers say devastating 2012 Russian flood which killed over 170 people occurred only because of build-up of global warming elsewhere.
13 July, 2015 – SScientists show that devastating increases in extreme rainfall over the last 30 years fit in with global temperature rise caused by greenhouse gases.