Does the gilets jaunes protests show that the public is hostile to action on climate change?
Luquan is on the front line of national attempts to cut air pollution and heavy industry writes Feng Hao.
Analysis: The world is no closer to tackling the climate crisis after a weak agreement reached in Katowice
Deadlock breached at COP 24, but questions asked about lack of ambition.
What’s in store at this years UN climate negotiations?
The pathway to UK fracking success is still a long and dwindled road.
Are Brazil about to take a huge step backwards on climate change?
A revolution in electric vehicles is spurring a new wave of chemistries, writes Abigail Beall.
How meteorologists are playing a crucial role in predicting the next mega hurricane.
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.