Antarctica

Antarctic underwater glaciers melting at 'extreme' rate

According to the study, 1,463sq km of ice melted between 2010 and 2016, an area slightly smaller than that of London.

Antarctic underwater glaciers melting at an 'extreme' rate

Opinion

The Paris Agreement is deeply flawed - it's time for a new deal

The Paris accord is built on speculative 'tech fantasies'. It can not save us from climate catastrophe.

Jason Hickel

by Jason Hickel

Jason Hickel

Opinion

Migration is a successful climate adaptation strategy

Governments across the world should legalise and regulate temporary climate migration, rather than try to prevent it.

Alex Randall

by Alex Randall

Alex Randall

Opinion

Urban agriculture is the key to a sustainable future

We can beat climate change by growing food in small urban environments, like rooftops, balconies and even walls.

Indira Naidoo

by Indira Naidoo

Indira Naidoo

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

Weather

Major storm brings flooding to central and southern US

Despite what seems to be a cold winter, global warming feeds flooding in the central and southern US states.

Major storm brings flooding to central and southern US

Opinion

To stop climate change, we need to open borders

By tearing down the walls that separate the causes and consequences of climate change we can force constructive action.

Jason Hickel

by Jason Hickel

Jason Hickel

Opinion

We need to change the way we talk about climate change

Dystopic climate narratives about Bangladesh are exacerbating the threats faced by coastal communities in the country.

Kasia Paprocki

by Kasia Paprocki

Kasia Paprocki

Bolivia

Bolivia's indigenous women cope with climate change

Government agencies and NGOs collaborate to empower Bolivian women to take on a greater role in their communities.

Bolivia's indigenous women cope with climate change

Fiji

Frontline of climate change: Fiji's sinking villages

As Cyclone Gita leaves Tonga battered, neighbouring Fiji has started moving some of its villages to higher ground.

In Fiji, villages need to move due to climate change

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?

The Listening Post

The persistence of climate scepticism in the media

We examine why climate change deniers continue to get so much media exposure, contrary to scientific evidence.

Witness

Seeds of Inspiration: Sudan's First Flying Robot Farmer

Two Sudanese inventors use a drone to take on desertification and their rivals in a TV competition for entrepreneurs.

Climate SOS

Fiji PM: 'We are losing the battle' to save coral reefs

Climate change might kill the world’s coral reefs by the end of the century, affecting about one billion people.

Fiji PM: 'We are losing the battle' to save coral reefs

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