What’s going on in the Northern Hemisphere this summer?
In a historic vote, Ireland is to divest from fossil fuels
In a historic vote, Ireland becomes the first country to divest from fossil fuels.
Analysis: Is China getting the ‘cli-fi’ it needs?
If seeing is believing, Chinese filmmakers have a role in bringing home the reality of climate change, writes Tang Damin
Analysis: Scott Pruitt to be replaced with coal lobbyist
What will Scott Pruitt’s departure from the EPA mean for the agency’s ability to tackle climate change?
Opinion: Thirty years later, what needs to change in our approach to climate change
James Hansen reflects on 30 years since he first testified to the Senate about climate change.
Analysis: With or without Trump the G7 moves forward on climate and plastic pollution
Climate and plastic pact agreed at the G7 despite Trump resistance.
Opinion: We are the limits to the fossil fuel industry
This is the story of the Czech climate justice movement. A new generation of climate justice activists is stepping into the footsteps of the country’s long resistance to coal mining.
Analysis: How planting trees can protect cocoa plants against climate change
More trees are the key to protect chocolate from climate change.
Opinion: Flooding – A call for climate action in Africa
Recent flooding in Africa must be a wake up call for climate action, argues Edward Mungai.
Opinion: Seven climate change myths that big oil continues to perpetuate
Be wary of these climate change myths created by the fossil fuel industry.