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HDB just hinted that future flats could be 3D-printed smart homes that keep cool: Here’s how

In the future, Singapore ubiquitous HDB flats could turn out to be jaw-dropping, 3D-printed smart homes that can keep themselves cool.

A heatwave caused the northernmost settlement on Earth to reach 70 degrees earlier this week

The temperature was significantly higher than average, and one scientist said it was the equivalent of New York City reaching 111 degrees.
By the year 2050, temperatures will top 100 degrees Fahrenheit far more frequently.

A massive heat wave is sweeping the US. Here’s how extreme summer heat affects your body and brain.

By 2050, cities in the US and around the world are expected to see many more days with temperatures topping 100 degrees.
A rift created when an iceberg broke off from Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier.

Antarctica is melting so fast that scientists are proposing shooting artificial snow out of cannons to slow it down

Two glaciers in Western Antarctica are on the verge of collapse. Scientists say dumping trillions of tons of artificial snow could stop the melt.
People cool off near the fountain at Washington Square Park during a hot afternoon day on July 17, 2019 in New York City. Sweltering heat is moving into the New York City area, with temperatures expected to rise close to 100 degrees by this weekend. The large heat wave will affect close to two thirds of the United States, with the East Coast and Midwest seeing the worst conditions.

These maps show record high temperatures in June, as scientists predict July could be the hottest month ever recorded on Earth

"If this July turns out to be the warmest July (it has a good shot at it), it will be the warmest month we have measured on Earth!"
Sunny-day flooding on a residential street in Miami, Florida.

‘Sunny-day flooding’ is projected to put parts of the US underwater for at least 100 days per year. Here’s what the Gulf and East c...

Tidal flooding is becoming more frequent as sea levels rise. It's expected to get much worse, especially along the US' Gulf and East coasts.

Hurricane Barry is hitting Louisiana as the first hurricane of 2019. Here’s why storms are getting stronger, slower, and wetter.

Hurricane Barry is moving over the Louisiana coast. Here's how climate change is making storms stronger, wetter, and more frequent.

Free shipping is horrible for the environment — but one of fast fashion’s rising stars is showing the industry that convenience doesn̵...

Reformation is offsetting all emissions from the new program — including lesser-known gases like nitrogen oxide and sulphur dioxide.

By 2050, Singapore and KL will have climates that have never been seen before, report warns

Over 20 per cent of the world's cities are expected to experience never-before-seen climate conditions in 2050, with the majority of these located in the tropics.
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, helps to plant a tree during an event unveiling the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy in Redvale, New Zealand, October 30, 2018.

Planting trees could make a huge dent in our growing climate crisis. But we’d need to cover an area the size of the US, starting right now.

Tree-planting could be an impactful way to mitigate global warming, but it wouldn't fix the problem on its own.