Some travelers are spotted at JR Hakata Station in Fukuoka on Thursday after bullet train operations were suspended for the day between Kokura and Shin-Osaka stations in western Japan due to a powerful tropical storm. Photo: KYODO

Krosa: 600 1,000 People Advised to Evacuate Due to Storm

Heavy rains hit parts of western Japan on Thursday when tropical storm Krosa hit the mainland, forcing

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People walk through a covered walkway that is cooled by a snow-conditioned air-conditioning system in front of Saitama Stadium in Saitama on Sunday.Photo: Yomiuri Shimbun

Company demonstrates air conditioning using snow

Saitama and the city of Minami-Uonuma in Niigata Prefecture launched a demonstration of an air conditioning system using

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People bathe in a fountain fleeing the heat in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, 27 July 2019, with the business tower Lakhta Center, home of the Russian gas monopoly Gazprom, in the background. (Photo: Photo AP / Dmitri Lovetsky)

July may set world record as hottest month

The planet has resisted what may have been the hottest July in history, the Meteorological Organization said.

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Vision of a drought in Australia, where 94 climate action cases were launched. Photo: Mike Bowers / Guardian

Governments and companies in 28 countries sued by climate crisis

Lawsuits against governments and corporations have spread to 28 countries, according to a new analysis. The study reveals

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Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte talks to Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang and former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon during the Global Adaptation Commission ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, in 27 June 2019. Fred Dufour / Pool via REUTERS

Dutch PM says China must maintain climate targets despite trade war

China maintained its climate change targets even with a slowing economy - the second largest in the world

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