Planet burns: Hottest three months on record

Earth has experienced its hottest three-month period on record, as reported by the European Union-funded Copernicus Climate Change Service

Heatwave sparks £66m cooling bill for Brits

A late summer heatwave is causing UK households to face a £66 million energy bill, with those using air conditioning units and desktop fans feeling the financial heat

Global meltdown: July set to break heat records

July is on track to be the hottest month ever recorded, with unprecedented heatwaves and wildfires impacting regions worldwide, according to the UN

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Energy markets cope well with extreme heat in Southern Europe, but the risk to prices ahead remains

EDF likely to cut nuclear output amid heatwave

EDF anticipates reducing power output at two of its French nuclear plants in response to high temperatures

London’s ‘cool roofs’: A greener solution for rising temperatures

A retrofit programme has the potential to make London greener and cooler while protecting against rising temperatures, according to a report

Heatwave warning: Britons face £50 weekly surge in electricity bills

As temperatures soar, households are warned of a potential £50 weekly increase in electricity bills, driven by the energy crisis and the rising cost of cooling appliances

Earth’s temperature set to skyrocket, breaking the 1.5°C barrier by 2027

Global temperatures are predicted to exceed the 1.5°C threshold in the next few years, signaling a critical milestone in climate change

Government accused of “lost decade” in preparing for climate change impacts

The Climate Change Committee has found that only five out of 45 adaptation outcomes across different sectors of the UK economy had fully credible planning in place

WMO: ‘World temperatures could go further this year’

This is after record temperatures were experienced in 2022 across Europe and the UK