From the rise of the youth plaintiff to greenwashing claims, Climate Home News explores the major trends in climate litigation
Send us your story ideas about how communities on the frontlines of climate change are building resilience and confronting injustice
Young people from the Philippines, Kenya and Brazil tell Climate Home News why they took part in a global climate demonstration on Friday
INTERVIEW: UN climate envoy and former president of Ireland says clean energy access for the poorest must be a priority
COMMENT: A global climate deal must be grounded in sound moral principles if it is to protect the most vulnerable
INTERVIEW: Climate pragmatists are failing to confront dirty energy – we need an ideological shift, the author of This Changes Everything tells RTCC
Former South African President’s philosophy and life offers important lessons for climate justice campaigners, writes Alex Lenferna
Meeting to explore pathways to address climate change, but questions linger over country’s reliance on oil and gas revenues
Famine, drought and food security set to dominate climate change summit hosted by the Irish Government today
Edward Cameron from the World Resources Institute argues leadership is needed to move UN negotiations on this year
Sophia McNab and Camilla Born of the UK Youth Climate Coalition explain why the Doha gateway is not even the modest step forward politicians claim it is.
RTCC takes a look back over at the big headlines this week to see what lessons can be learnt.
Chris Hegarty, Christian Aid’s Senior Policy Advisor for Scotland writes for RTCC about the bold moves the country took last week and the need for the country to continue to be a strong leader in the future.
RTCC spoke to Occupy’s Peter Coville about why he is camped outside St Paul’s, what the Occupy Movement has to do with climate change, and the movement’s vision for the future.
RTCC joined the energy, equity and environment working group at St Paul’s Churchyard ahead of policy week to find out what the Occupy movement has got to do with climate change.
Downtown Durban came to stand still this morning, and the streets became awash with colour as thousands of activists, environmentalists and community members joined together to march for climate justice.