When Cyclone Fani made landfall in May, it tore off roofs and snapped electricity poles and shade-giving trees; now, residents face rising temperatures without relief.
With natural disasters causing more than three times the number of new displacements per year than conflict and violence since 2008, residents and researchers look ahead.
Southeast Asian nations benefit from Brussels’ role as a counterweight to major powers in the region
Residents of India's Ghoramara Island want to leave their home as it shrinks each year due to rising seas, but many say they can't afford it.
Millions of smallholder farmers in South and Southeast Asia are missing out on new, resilient seeds that could improve their yields in the face of climate change.
The EU sought Asian support for free trade, the Iran nuclear deal and fighting global warming at a regional summit that included China, Japan and Russia.
Climate change will brew trouble for beer lovers in coming decades as it shrinks yields of barley, the top grain used to make the world's most popular alcoholic drink.
Climate change is bringing tougher times for many farmers around the world, including those in eastern Nepal.
The drought has affected livestock, wheat, wine and wool production, and the forecasted spring rains are unlikely to offer much relief.
Rising carbon emissions could make vital food crops from wheat to rice less nutritious and endanger the health of hundreds of millions of the world's poorest, scientists say.