27 November, 2015 – COP 21: New study informs Paris summit delegates that extreme weather in the last two decades has claimed well over half a million lives and cost trillions of dollars.
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.
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.
18 October, 2015 – Sudden shifts in settled climates can occur long before global warming reaches the internationally-agreed safety level, European scientists say.
16 October, 2015 – Double jeopardy as slowing ocean current threatens to combine with global warming to create scenes like those in the movie The Day After Tomorrow.
6 October, 2015 – Scientists warn that densely-packed cities face even greater health hazards as greenhouse gases continue to push up temperatures.
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.
1 September, 2015 – Climate change may drastically increase the risk of simultaneous cyclones and storm surges striking populous coastlines around the world.
15 August, 2015 – A British government scientific panel says increasingly frequent heat waves, droughts and other extreme weather threaten more global food crises.