Why have we waited so long to acknowledge the real threat of global warming?
by Rob McElwee
Environment18 Nov 2016 17:14 GMT
By climate summit's end, dozens of vulnerable countries pledge to stop burning fossil fuels.
Climate Change15 Nov 2016 17:11 GMT
UN chief warns new US leader Donald Trump any move to pull out of historic climate deal would be unacceptable.
Weather04 Nov 2016 19:51 GMT
Seen as a turning point for global climate policy, the historic accord signed last year by 195 nations comes into force.
Tajikistan09 Oct 2016 21:55 GMT
Country ranks 129th in world greenhouse gas emissions but reportedly is one of the worst affected by climate change.
Climate Change05 Oct 2016 21:36 GMT
New research raises questions about temperature reduction targets set out in historic Paris climate treaty.
Inside Story23 Apr 2016 21:03 GMT
China says it wants merchant ships to use this alternative route that has been opened up by climate change.
Environment23 Apr 2016 04:08 GMT
Gathering of 175 leaders in New York marks first step towards binding countries to pledges they made to cut emissions.
Palestine22 Apr 2016 20:46 GMT
Those illegally denied control over their natural resources must be heard in the global climate conversation.
Climate Change08 Apr 2016 21:04 GMT
Scientists say massive melting of polar ice has affected the distribution of the planet's weight.
Climate Change30 Mar 2016 20:48 GMT
New study forecasts dramatic Antarctica melt that could raise sea levels 86cm by 2100.
Climate Change23 Mar 2016 18:51 GMT
UN secretary general warns nations to transform the global economy for low-emissions growth - or else.
Climate Change21 Mar 2016 17:59 GMT
UN studies project temperatures could rise by up to 4.8C this century, causing floods, drought and more powerful storms.
Climate Change05 Mar 2016 08:41 GMT
Photographer Ben Winston writes about the extraordinary day he protested against a mine in Germany.
Environment04 Mar 2016 08:31 GMT
After Hurricane Sandy, the city's plans to mitigate future disaster have underscored its social and economic inequities.
Climate Change04 Feb 2016 06:42 GMT
In south India, a couple know the various types of rain that fall on their land as intimately as they know each other.
by Riyad Mansour
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