Fossil fuels account for 75 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions which enable massive environmental destruction.
A study measured how much heat 53 birds species in southern Africa could stand, it found that species vary greatly in this way.
The link between climate change and the spread of crop pests has been established by research and evidence, so now what?
Heatwaves could lead to the deaths of 90 000 people each year by the end of the century if something isn’t done to prevent that immediately.
Climate change has put people at risk of injury and death, altering the prevalence and distribution of illnesses and infectious diseases.
Increasing climate risks could mean that millions of Africans could be uprooted or trapped where they are due to climate change.
Scientists have brought to light the extreme increases in the Earth’s temperature with heat-waves becoming stronger and lasting longer.
Hundreds of climate change protestors marched to Parliament on Heritage Day and demanded action from government.
A number of people marched to Parliament on Heritage Day calling for policies to be put in place to reduce climate change in South Africa.
The leaders of two dozen African countries have urged nations to uphold their aid pledges to help tackle climate change.
Scientists have recently identified the mechanism through which air pollution triggers lung cancer in non-smokers.
Climate change has increased global temperatures and young African children are at risk of heat stress impacts.
Some of the effects of climate change which were felt earlier this year include the floods which affected KwaZulu-Natal.
Climate change is increasingly hitting food production, the quality, quantity and price of food is also being affected.
One in four people on Earth face water shortages, there is need to now tap into unconventional water sources.
Research has shown that if temperatures temporarily overshoot 2°C it will cause irreversible extinctions and damage to some species.
Drag queens dressed as Marilyn Monroe called for action on climate change out the Summit of the Americas in LA.
Members from almost 200 countries met in Germany on Monday for climate talks tasked with reigniting momentum on tackling global warming.
Scientists have revealed some startling facts regarding global warming and its impact on weather patterns around the world.
South Africa is in the eye of the climate change storm, according to SALGA this is due to corruption, poor planning and infrastructure.