Politicians have to wake up to the growing public outrage over the failure to tackle climate change, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres warned during Monday’s opening of the COP25 global climate summit.
Billionaire hedge fund activist Christopher Hohn’s call for firms to come clean about their contribution to global warming is well timed. But it won’t be that easy.
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez said on Monday he would like to renegotiate the Central American country’s debt with multilateral organizations such as the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank.
Why is an ocean current critical to world weather losing steam? Scientists search the Arctic for answers.
Summer sea ice has been shrinking so dramatically here in the Fram Strait, high in the Arctic between Norway and Greenland, that researchers who make this trip annually point out missing patches like memories of departed friends.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (right) greets Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis upon his arrival for the opening ceremony of the COP25 climate summit held in Madrid on Monday.
…Repsol has set an industry leading net-zero carbon dioxide emissions target for 2050 as the energy sector comes under increasing pressure to take responsibility for its role in enabling climate change…
…dominant partner in a coalition with the centre-left and far-left. In power, the Greens would be more imaginative about EU integration and more ambitious in tackling climate change, where Germany has become a…
Governments should redouble their efforts to tackle climate change because they owe it to those suffering the worst harm in a warming world, many of them living in small island nations and other developing countries, leaders said on Monday.
COP 25: UN chief Antonio Guterres urges hope over ‘surrender’ as report finds greenhouse emissions rising rapidly
UN secretary general Antonio Guterres has opened the COP 25 climate summit in Madrid warning that Governments risked sleepwalking “past a point of no return” if they remained idle.
By combining climate models with global employment, economic, and food security data, a group of scientists has analysed the potential effects of climate change on two key food sectors: agriculture and fishing.