Australians may need to get used to coping with more disruptions to their food supply and rising food prices in a warming climate.
Success in dealing with common resources on a smaller scale proves it's not impossible to manage the biggest common resource of all – planet Earth.
The scientific case rests on six key observations.
The Paris climate deal comes 'pre-packaged' by the promises nations have already made. But the issue of global climate finance could still scupper the talks.
Is Labor's new target a fair contribution to climate action?
The dystopian futures and nightmarish societies that inspire hope but can't insist on change.
The greenhouse gases that cause climate change will take centre stage at the upcoming Paris climate talks. What are they and what are their effects?
2015 will likely be the hottest year on record, according to a preliminary analysis released by the World Meteorological Organization.
New technique captures 78% carbon using molten tin.
Cows are one of the least efficient ways to go from field to fork.
There's no agreed definition, no agreed starting point – and no data to back it up.
UK's decision to close coal power plants is really a statement of the obvious, and does nothing to answer the problem of what to do afterwards.
A world of warmer weather may be bad news for reproductive health and birth rates.
Australia need to take responsibility for the consequences of its fossil fuel consumption and exports.
There are ‘fossil free’ campaigns at 15 Australian universities, but yet no university has fully committed to divesting in fossil fuels.
Environmental factors are important, but we must not ignore history and politics.
Who'd want to take part in the UK energy economy when the government keeps changing the rules?
More than 2,000 academics, including philosophers and ethicists, are urging global leaders at the Paris climate summit to focus on the moral dimensions of climate change.
Many corals can't make it through the bleaching events caused by warming ocean waters. But some can – and scientists are trying to learn more about the sources of their resilience.
What does the OECD's decision to limit finance for coal power stations mean for coal producers such as Australia?