The coronavirus is devastating, but failing to tackle climate change because of the pandemic only compounds the tragedy.
And why COVID-19 has launched a response that the climate crisis couldn't.
The lack of progress by governments in reducing global emissions means bold solutions across multiple fronts are now needed.
Carbon accounting isn't always simple, so it's important to make it easier to measure and reduce emissions at the local level. And that's ultimately the starting point for global climate action.
Recent extreme events in Australia, with torrential rain and floods following devastating bushfires, have focused the World Urban Forum's attention on the urgency of climate action.
New research shows changing your lifestyle for environmental reasons can lead you into political action.
A recent ruling by the UN's Human Rights Committee recognized that climate refugees do exist, and acknowledged a legal basis for protecting them when their lives are threatened by climate change.
Both opinions the three-judge panel handed down warned of a potential climate catastrophe. Only one judge said the courts have an active role to play in making the government change course.
Plans to reduce emissions quickly are seductive but can stall. Climate initiatives should end dependence on fossil energy and pursue a path towards a more just and equitable society.
The actions of today's leaders on climate change will determine how much more vocal youth will become in 2020.
What is the climate emergency, and whose climate crisis is it anyway?
After his landslide victory, Boris Johnson declared his ambition to make his country 'the cleanest, greenest on Earth'. Here's what he needs to do to prove it.
The Australian Labor Party's failure to turn climate change into a winning campaign issue holds lessons for the UK Labour Party.
Brazilian evangelicals are politically conservative, but they still believe in climate change. Turning them into climate activists, however, will be a challenge for the environmentalist movement.
In this special global newsletter, experts share their visions for ambitious climate action.
In the aftermath of the election, what is striking about many of the policy positions of Canada's federal parties is their timidity, especially when it comes to climate change.
Climate journalism can play an important role in painting the picture of a post-carbon economy. It should start by encouraging collective action and a sense of empowerment for everyday people.
Decarbonizing the global economy would help the climate change problem – but also many others. Would putting all those additional co-benefits center stage help drum up support for climate action?
Labour's next manifesto could be defined by a radical proposal for tackling climate change.
The challenges of climate can seem overwhelming. But individual choices can be guided by ancient wisdom.