It can be hard to know how best to adapt to climate change.
Projects to help people adapt to climate change are essential. But no one really knows how much to spend, or even how to tell which projects are working.
Engie’s renewable energy installation outside the Paris climate conference.
Companies in the fossil fuel business are coming up with ways to green their image - including sponsoring the Paris climate summit.
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Advertising takeovers and creative forms of disobedience are some of the few means left to contest who is allowed to maintain a public voice at COP21.
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A key sticking point may be resolved at the Paris climate talks: but at what cost to developing countries?
Delegates might have to work late at COP21, but we can be confident a deal will be delivered by the weekend.
Progress is being made at the Paris climate talks, as negotiators being to accept the limits of what can and can't be delivered.
There is still lots of detail to be hammered out before the sun sets on the Paris conference.
The draft text released midway through the Paris climate talks shows progress - but perhaps not enough for a truly ambitious deal.
Developing countries can expect much better outcomes from the Paris climate change talks compared with Copenhagen six years ago.
African countries stand a good chance at COP21 of getting their ideas across. There will also be a better opportunity for these countries to access climate finance.
Robinson: ‘Climate change is a threat multiplier.’
UN special envoy and former Irish president Mary Robinson talks to leading experts about the 2015 Paris climate negotiations.
Bank of England chief Mark Carney has swung the financial world’s focus firmly onto climate.
“Investors are running ahead of governments.” This is arguably the most striking and encouraging statement heard so far at the Paris climate conference. It was made in a remarkable speech at a forum on…
Construction of a dam in Ethiopia which the country hopes will increase its hydropower energy output.
Ethiopia is a country particularly vulnerable to climate change. It will hope to attract climate finance at CoP21 to help battle the effects of climate change.
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The land of Ikea and apple charlotte is hoping to sell its vision of sustainability at COP21. There are a couple of meatballs in the ointment, though.
Businesses representatives are out in full force at COP21.
Business has a significant stake in the Paris climate talks. Here's how companies will be shaping the agenda.
Rotten to the core. Can Paris help create a less wasteful food system?
The food on our tables is central to the #COP21 debate and any Paris agreement must help build a system that moves us a long way from our current habits.
Whose message will be heard?
The Paris Climate Conference must not be hijacked by big business and its allies in the world's media.
Climate change is not top of countries like Greece’s agenda right now. Maybe it should be.
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COP21 is an opportunity for countries like Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal to reinvent their economies along environmentally friendly and sustainable lines.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks at COP21 in Paris.
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Australia will ratify the second period of the Kyoto Protocol - but what does that mean?
Malcolm Turnbull addresses the opening of the Paris climate summit.
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When newly minted Prime Minister Kevin Rudd rose to speak at COP13 in Bali in 2007 and announced that Australia would ratify the Kyoto Protocol, he received a standing ovation from the world community…
In diplomatic terms, COP21 already has "success" built in. But there is still lots of work to do to hit the two-degree global warming goal.