Governments need to agree the rules over how to use carbon markets to cut emissions, but they shouldn’t take their eyes off Australia’s brash side hustle
Cities, regional governments, businesses and investors have written to the next UN climate presidency calling for their place at the table to be renewed
The Swedish activist has mentioned it in all her major speeches. Here’s how we can calculate the fair share of the burden of climate action
With the addition of coal-dependent Germany and Slovakia, the powering past coal alliance may start a new, normative era of climate governance
Climate denial is no longer the problem, it is inaction of politicians who know what is at stake. They must feel pressure from all sides
It’s been billed as the defining political event for climate in 2019. But what is it?
Next year’s climate talks are absolutely vital and as hosts the UK could determine whether the talks fail or succeed. The government must start preparing now
The major UN climate fund is running short of money, will rich countries live up to the promises they have given?
Through consumption of agricultural products that can drive deforestation, the EU is complicit in the loss of the great forest, it’s time lawmakers stepped up
After Greta Thunberg sailed to a UN meeting in New York, some called for all climate diplomats to do the same. That would only disadvantage the most vulnerable
When regional giants Australia and NZ joined small islands at a recent leaders’ forum they produced the Pacific’s strongest-ever call to act on climate change
Reporting on latest science around climate change and land use focused on rich nations’ eating habits, but did it miss the bigger picture?
The latest science shows the impacts of global warming – and solutions to it – risk worsening inequality if not coupled with support to the world’s poor
Boris Johnson’s leadership increases the likelihood of a hard exit from the EU, shattering the bloc’s solidarity and empowering a radical deregulation agenda
The time for timidity has passed; politicians must dare to make polluters pay as part of a vision for a healthier, happier future
The next European Commission chief must tread carefully if she is to meet her promise to make polluting importers pay
The Beijing-headquartered development bank is skewed towards fossil fuels, when it should be helping poorer countries access clean renewable power
If you are an experienced African journalist, we want to hear your story ideas on the links between climate science and development
The next EU presidency wants to drive the climate agenda, but its forestry industry is bad for carbon emissions, biodiversity and its indigenous Sámi people