In part one, we examined whether democratic institutions would be able to survive in a globally warmed world – and suggested two ways they might. In the second part of this analysis of politics and climate change, we ask: To save the world, is it as simple as capitalism vs the climate?
From the Tigris to the Yangtze, GRACE satellites have revealed the impact of human activity on our water supply.
Matt Finch investigates why the money spent on electric car advertising is down.
Analysis: It’s a savage summer in the Northern Hemisphere – and climate change is slashing the odds of more heatwaves
What’s going on in the Northern Hemisphere this summer?
What will Scott Pruitt’s departure from the EPA mean for the agency’s ability to tackle climate change?
Nick King lays out why we are truly living in the age of humans.
A pulp and paper mill in Siberia is a test case for China’s ecological vision, writes Eugene Simonov.
For years, Chinese city planners have prioritised cars, but they’re now taking a different route, writes Liu Shaokun.
Analysis: Is burning biomass worse than coal? UK’s largest power station under scrutiny by UK broadcaster for it’s biomass policy?
Broadcaster directs the spotlight at UK’s biggest power station for its biomass policy.
Is the Trudeau government setting themselves up for a heavy carbon future?