Aid workers in Vanuatu face intensely challenging circumstance on the ground, citing the difficulty of distributing supplies across the archipelago's 80 islands. Colin Collett van Rooyen, the Oxfam country director in Port Vila, highlighted the urgent need for clean water…

After an unprecedented monster storm devastated Vanuatu this past weekend, killing at least 8 and rendering much of the population homeless, officials blame climate change. The official death toll is likely much higher, as aid workers have been unable to reach outlying…

More than 4,500 women went missing from India’s West Bengal state in 2013—a 600% increase since 2002 that’s been linked to sex trafficking and climate change. More damaging cyclones and loss of land to erosion and seawater have worsened poverty and made people desperate.…

By Eileen Natuzzi, MD, MS, FACS Reflecting increasing concern over climate change, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) used some of its most dire language to date on the potential impacts of increasing greenhouse gas concentrations and their…