Villages in Madagascar being electrified through solar power.
Africa loses 34% of GDP at 1.5° warming, ‘grim’ new report concludes
Report to COP 27 finds that, even at 1.5°, climate change absolutely devastates most of the countries in Africa.
Denmark leads the world in offering climate change loss and damage compensation to poorer nations
Denmark becomes the first country in the world to offer ‘loss and damage’.
Analysis: Bhutan ramps up its solar ambitions
Bhutan plans to harness 300 MW of solar energy within the next two years as it seeks to diversify its grid.
Madagascar December appeal – the work on the ground￼
Part three and final part of our Madagascar famine appeal.
Analysis: Guyana’s oil discoveries reignite environment versus development debate
Investment from Chinese and international oil majors could transform Guyana’s economy – with attendant climate and governance risks.
Madagascar Christmas appeal – climate change and the famine
Second piece of our Madagascar Christmas appeal series.
Madagascar Christmas appeal – Introducing our campaign ￼
The world’s first climate famine is on the way in Madagascar. Here’s what you can do to help.
What the most affected regions need from COP26
Will COP26 deliver for the most climate-vulnerable countries?
Analysis: Kakamega forest, a natural gem under threat
Kenya’s only tropical rainforest scrambles for solutions as it faces growing intrusion challenges.