'A heatwave coupled with a second wave of Covid-19 infections would put enormous strain on our already overburdened doctors, nurses and other key workers'
Governments and businesses around the world should accelerate spending on climate resilience, according to new report from group chaired by Bill Gates, Ban Ki-Moon and World Bank chief Kristalina Georgieva
There are ways to manage curtailment of nuclear power during a heatwave, argues Energy for Humanity's Kirsty Gogan
National Infrastructure Commission chair Sir John Armitt writes exclusively for BusinessGreen on the critical importance of meeting SDG9
New maximums set in Belgium, Germany and Netherlands, as citizens swelter across Europe
More than a third of the public are very worried about climate change, according to official government survey
Extreme weather events could increasingly disrupt UK businesses and their supply chains
Government response to warnings about the threat of heatwaves is 'disappointing', Environmental Audit Committee complains
Climate science suggests we will suffer more extreme heatwaves in future, so how will our daily lives need to change to cope, asks Hubbub's Trewin Restorick
Water companies forced to prepare for repeats of 2018's 'Beast from the East' and record-breaking summer heatwave
How will energy technologies cope with the extreme weather climate change will bring? IMechE's Matt Rooney investigates
Fossil fuel's share of Britain's energy mix dipped below one per cent for the first time this summer, according to energy giant
HSBC Global Research paper points to rising wheat prices linked to lower harvests that have resulted from weather volatility
Climate change is altering the makeup of soil, with widespread impacts on plants, ecosystems and food security, according to scientists
Higher energy demand coupled with plant shut downs, low wind and hydro production has helped rally EU ETS prices to a seven-year high
Environment secretary holds drought summit with farmers to address series issues of crop failure and lack of fodder for animals
UN report points to huge health risks from heatwaves, but also highlights economic opportunities from developing green cooling systems
Flooding, heat waves, and droughts threaten billions of people in cities around the world by 2050 unless bold action is taken, research led by C40 cities estimates
Impact of floods, droughts and heatwaves on European cities will be worse than previously feared, say scientists
London Environment Strategy outlines ambitious vision for a zero-carbon capital - but can it deliver?
Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy Shirley Rodrigues says new plan will set direction for post-Brexit strategy across UK - but does City Hall have the power to realise its bold vision?
Analysis follows special climate statement from Australian Bureau of Meteorology on exceptional heat experienced in recent months