A plea for objectivity and greater efforts in Europe
Heatwaves and drought across large parts of Europe are causing massive reductions in crop yields...
2017 was one of the three warmest years on record.
Between 17 April and 10 May 2017, large parts of Europe were hit by a cold snap that brought a...
Are Extreme Nat Cat Events the New Normal?
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Climate Change – Adaptation is key
On course for one of the warmest years ever
Ever since Paris, carbon emissions have remained virtually unchanged.
Climate change and its consequences: What do we know? What do we assume?
Natural catastrophes cause much suffering, but also mean large financial losses for the people and...
2016 was the third year in succession in which average global temperatures set new records.
Is climate change involved in an extreme weather event?
Peter Höppe on the COP21 climate conference in Paris.
Until the end of the 1980s, climate change was the realm of specialists and activists.
To limit the temperature rise to 2 degrees is the goal of the upcoming COP21 negotiations.
Are weather patterns changing because the Arctic is becoming warmer?
2014: The warmest year since 130 years
Column of Peter Höppe, Head of Geo Risks Research/Corporate Climate Centre
How Eberhard Faust, climate expert at Munich Re, benefits from ancient Greek texts.
Eberhard Faust on the most significant findings in the IPCC report