We need to recognise the diversity of ways climate impacts influence people’s movements, not reduce them to one label
The World Bank controls tens of billions of dollars which can make a real difference in the fight against climate change. A coalition of nations is pushing for green reforms.
While methane emissions from oil and gas infrastructure and landfills are seen as low-hanging fruit, governments are wary of tackling cows
By shifting electricity demand away from peaks, customers can get cheaper bills and cleaner electricity can be prioritised
Copenhagen was the first city to launch a carbon neutrality plan in 2012, but has given up on its pledge due to a lack of CCS funding
Up to a fifth of emissions cuts from the Inflation Reduction Act are expected to come from carbon capture technologies, but there are major hurdles
Polluting companies are using sanctions as a pretext to roll back climate regulation, while Russian scientists cannot share critical equipment and data
The coronavirus lockdown gave a glimpse of what cleaner cities can look like, but as people turn to private cars for safety from infection, pollution could soar
The final text released after a marathon talks harked back to a deal made in Paris that placed no requirement on most countries to raise their targets until 2025
After two weeks of talks, many issues remain unresolved. Here we break down the major fights and minor breakthroughs of the UN conference in Madrid
Russia and Japan want ten years. Vulnerable countries want five. Why the alignment the world’s climate plans is a contest of ambition
The current system for accounting for loss and damage from climate change is contentious and up for review at UN talks in Madrid
It has proven the hardest part of the Paris Agreement to create rules for, with warnings a weak decision could undermine the accord. Now it will dominate UN talks in Madrid
It’s been billed as the defining political event for climate in 2019. But what is it?
Reporting on latest science around climate change and land use focused on rich nations’ eating habits, but did it miss the bigger picture?
Sweeping in scope, an agenda to transform the US into a green leader has been launched in Washington DC, here are the key points
In 2015, a group of countries banded together to shape the global climate pact, but political turmoil is pulling the alliance apart
The demolition of Angela Merkel’s coalition partners in the south further weakens the chancellor, undermining hope for tough calls on climate policy
The UN climate science panel has released its summary of the evidence around the tougher climate goal demanded by vulnerable countries. We break it down