South Africa's unwillingness to move from nuclear and coal power will lead to catastrophic climate change for the profit of a few, writes Sipho Kings.
As May and June were globally the hottest in recorded history, the UN's climate change body latest report says humans are driving global warming.
Insurance claims and payouts are soaring as havoc wreaked by climate change in the form of violent storms, rain and hail continues to increase.
Global warming denialists once dined out on unscientific climate change studies, but consensus is now rising.
The science is in, and living in Cape Town and Durban will be impossible thanks to melting glaciers and an extra 4m rise in sea level.
A study has revealed that increasing levels of carbon dioxide could adversely affect the nutrition levels in some of our most important food crops.
As the "malaria belt" widens, research shows that changing climates may be a major challenge to SA's ambitious plan to destroy the deadly disease.
This is the stark warning of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, and our leaders must take heed.
The government must wake up and smell the roses before the stench of sulphur becomes overwhelming.
Greater public/private economic co-operation is needed for companies to deal with the fallout of climate change.
This week, climate change destroys civilisation, Jacob Zuma sidesteps Nkandla answers, and Sanral owes millions.
Climate change is a critical issue facing not just South Africa or Africa but the entire world.
Climate change is already affecting lives and will have catastrophic impacts if carbon emissions are not lowered now, warns the UN's climate body.
The United Nations says that 13 of the 14 warmest years on record have occured since the turn of the new millennium.
Ice on the Rwenzori mountain range is melting at "disturbing" rates, and within two decades Africa's equatorial peaks will be bare rock.
At a climate training conference in Johannesburg, former US vice-president Al Gore has given an overview of how humans are driving climate change.
New research from Wits University shows tropical storms are not becoming more frequent but they are moving south - resulting in increased rainfall.
The world's top greenhouse gas emitters, China and the United States, have signed an agreement to work together to address climate change issues.
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