Environment

Species worldwide in decline as result of human activity

Over the coming decades, climate change will worsen the loss of biodiversity even more, the report warned.

Species worldwide in decline as result of human activity

Reporter's Notebook

Measuring human impact in the Antarctic

Scientists exploring one of the last remaining pristine areas of Antarctica to bolster case for creating sanctuary area.

Reporter's Notebook

Weddell Sea proposal to create largest ocean sanctuary

The Weddell Sea in Antarctica is the coldest sea on the planet yet is home to an extraordinary ecosystem.

Reporter's Notebook

Antarctica tourism on the rise, posing potential threat

Tourism numbers in Antarctica have grown from 4,000 to more than 30,000 a year in less than two decades, Greenpeace says.

Reporter's Notebook

A frigid journey into Antarctica

The Weddell Sea in Antarctica is the coldest sea on the planet yet is home to an extraordinary ecosystem.

Weather

Arctic warming causes concern among scientists

While Europe freezes, the polar region continues to see unprecedented warm weather.

Arctic warming causes concern among scientists

Africa

Cape Town's 'Day Zero' pushed to July

Officials say reduced consumption has helped pushed back the date which was set at June a week ago.

Opinion

We can still win the fight against climate change

What can we do to keep global warming at the 1.5 degrees Celsius mark?

Jennifer Morgan

by Jennifer Morgan

Jennifer Morgan

Environment

Will the world lose its coral reefs by 2100?

New research shows more than 11 billion pieces of plastic litter corals in the Asia-Pacific.

Why are coral reefs important, and why are they dying?

Global Warming

US: Indigenous women protest for climate justice

Group vows to stay until leaders recognise native treaty rights and take action on climate change.

Indigenous women occupy Washington state capitol lawn

Natural disasters

US: Climate disasters set new record at $306bn in 2017

Sixteen extreme weather events in the US last year 'shattered' the 2005 record of $215bn, American weather agency says.

US: Climate disasters set new record at $306bn in 2017

Global Warming

Fragile Arctic is here to stay: Report

Arctic Report Card concludes there is no sign of a return of widespread sea ice in the southern region.

Fragile Arctic is here to stay: Report

Climate SOS

Macron: World is losing battle against climate change

French president issues rallying cry, urging world and business leaders to do more in the fight against climate change.

Global Warming

Alaska Natives: Our fight to survive

AJ+ tells the story of the divide between those who live off the land and those who want to profit from its oil.

Alaska Natives: Our fight to survive

Opinion

Why we are suing the Norwegian government

The Norwegian government is violating the Paris Agreement and we are taking them to court.

Truls Gulowsen

by Truls Gulowsen

Truls Gulowsen