In his opening speech at COP27, Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary-General did not hold back his words.
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’.
What is COP26 and why does it matter? The complete guide
Everything you need to know about the Glasgow conference seeking to forge a global response to the climate emergency.
Analysis: What’s at stake for India and South Asia at COP26?
In just under a month, the most important climate talks since the Paris Agreement was signed will decide the fate of global climate action.
Analysis: The gaps in the global deal for nature
Despite improvements in the new draft, much work remains to strengthen the CBD’s biodiversity framework, as COP15 negotiations are further delayed.
China’s carbon-neutral pledge edges the world closer to climate action
China commits to renewed and ambitious emissions cuts.
Book review: The Future We Choose
We review Christiana Figueres & and Tom Rivett-Carnac new climate book The Future We Choose.
Japan under fire for refusing to improve its emission reduction targets
In its latest emissions plan, Japan continues to fall behind in efforts to tackle the climate crisis.
Warnings not to let the Coronavirus delay climate action
Warnings that the Coronavirus could delay action on climate change.
Climate change game is taking the internet by storm
UN internet game seeking to educate the public about climate action takes the internet by storm.