Monsoon brings late relief to scorched India

Meteorological researchers in India suspect that climate change is a contributory factor to the changing weather patterns that have caused the late arrival of the monsoon after a summer of swelteringly dry heat that has broken temperature records.

Training

Climate News Network and journalist training See new Training material below! Over the last 15 years, the editors of the Climate News Network have together trained more than 500 journalists in over 50 countries. Hands-on workshops usually last between five and 10 days. The aim is to encourage journalists to deliver real stories in real time for their news outlets. There are interviews, presentations and … Continue reading Training »

Warming world spells trouble for growing and ageing populations

As average temperatures rise an increasing global population – with many more elderly people – is going to be more vulnerable to extreme weather, UK scientists say. LONDON, 28 November 2014 – Life is about to become more hazardous for more people in more places. As atmospheric carbon dioxide levels grow and the planet inexorably warms, there will be more frequent and more damaging floods, … Continue reading Warming world spells trouble for growing and ageing populations »