Should we rely on technology to solve climate change?
Ed Davey: “There are some nutters around who think deregulation is a good thing”
Former UK government minister gives a damning verdict on the current UK government’s progress on tackling climate change.
Mogens Lykketoft on why Denmark and the world can only afford to do the right thing on climate change
Mogens Lykketoft speaks to A greener life, a greener world at the Web Summit in Lisbon.
Opinion: The world’s ability to tackle climate change could vanish in a Trump presidency
Obama’s progress on tackling climate change could be undone in a matter of months by Trump
Opinion: The Trump Effect: Smaller than you think
Is the Trump Effect overstated?
The US’s time as a climate leader may come to a drastic end
As Donald Trump is set to be the next US President, the task of tackling climate change just became that bit harder.
COP22 sets the stage for Africa to mobilise support for adaptation plans
Chris A. Shisanya on why COP22 is important for Africa.
Before the Flood: too negative to inspire action on climate change? – film review
Is Before the Flood to negative to inspire action on climate change?
Climate-resilient organic cotton stages a comeback
To cope with changing rainfall patterns and crop failures, some farmers in northern Karnataka have restarted growing organic cotton varieties that require much lower inputs and water to cultivate.
Film review: Another year, another climate movie – and why not
Does the world really need another climate movie?