Scientists have expressed concerns about the implications for the rest of the world after a heatwave in Russia's Siberia region. On Saturday, the thermometer hit a likely record of 38C – or 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit – in
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Saturday called up 3,000 defence force reservists as the threat of wildfires escalated on what shaped as a torrid weekend in at least three states. As temperatures in western Sydney reached 47 degrees
This is according to a poll of under-35s who have never had children and do not want them in future, conducted by YouGov.
Navy ships plucked hundreds of people from beaches and tens of thousands were urged to flee on Friday before a predicted worsening in Australia's already-devastating wildfires. More than 200 fires were burning, and warnings of extreme danger
The Duke of Sussex, 35, has said while caring about climate change might sound “hippy”, it’s “fundamental to our survival” to intervene.
“You spend all day and night on electronic devices. More than ever, you don't walk or ride bikes to school but arrive in caravans of private cars that choke local roads and worsen rush hour traffic.”