The current government has only shown contempt for meaningful climate policy and renewable energy – why would they change now?
As host of the Petersberg Climate Dialogue this week, Chancellor Angela Merkel has a key role to play in keeping the Paris Agreement alive
Young people will bear the brunt of your inaction, we need the ministers of the largest economies to lead
Even as governments agreed the ambitious goals of the 2015 global pact, it was clear citizens would have to mobilise to hold them to their promises
In a new book, Ed Davey finds examples the world can follow to respond to the moral calls from activists Extinction Rebellion and Greta Thunberg
Brazil’s president has slashed forest and indigenous protections in his first 100 days. As a major importer of soya and beef, the EU should check his power
As the bank welcomes its new boss, he must fulfil its mission to prevent climate change by bringing clean energy to those currently in the dark
In a court case in Oregon, we argue climate change is destroying our natural spaces and impinging on our constitutional right to freedom
Emissions are at record levels and the international treaty designed to rein them in cannot drive action, it is time for new ideas to be explored
The proposal from Democrats is the most comprehensive response yet to the scientists’ warnings, to implement it would be realism, not radicalism
A letter to 16-year-old Greta Thunberg: ‘I’m a good-old institutionalised man… my generation can’t speak to power the way yours can’
The original New Deal spurred a massive increase in greenhouse gas emissions, so can it be successfully adapted for the transition away from fossil fuels?
In Canada’s most oil-rich province, workers are more open to “diversification” than “transition” away from the industry they are proud to serve
Widely dismissed as a symbolic victory in 2015, the blocking of a major pipeline project has forced Canada’s oil patch to limit its output, vindicating activists
Centralised governance is a thing of the past; a new era of climate diplomacy must find ways to accommodate national difference
Environmental regulations are not arbitrary hurdles for enterprise, if this government erodes them how many more people will be buried beneath the mud?
In the villages of the Amazigh people, community collectives provide voice and solidarity in the face of multiple climate threats