Ahead of the UN climate summit, we take stock of the world's best and worst performers on climate action - including some surprise success stories.
Scientists from all over the world agree that the impacts of climate change will get worse, unless action is taken now.
The UN has asked world leaders to bring concrete climate action plans to this week's summit - and Australia is likely to cop heavy criticism.
Despite the overwhelming evidence that electric vehicle technology can deliver huge benefits, misinformation continues to muddy debate. Let's look at the facts.
Putting all of our eggs in the net zero basket is merely kicking the can down the road.
It’s official. The outlook for the Great Barrier Reef has been downgraded to “very poor”, and the window to act is closing.
We don't know enough about the carbon footprint of vegan foods, and that needs to change.
The world has no hope of reaching the goals of the Paris Agreement without seriously reducing emissions from agriculture, forestry and land clearing.
Scientists introduced credible climate change to the world in 1979, but it's taken decades for their message to sink in.
The court case highlighted that key environmental challenges were not adequately covered by the Environmental Impact Assessment
Yes, Australia's greenhouse emissions are a small part of the global total. But we're a rich, emissions-intensive country that could and should be setting a much better example to the world.
If the right changes are made today, Australia’s living standards could be up to 36% higher in 2060. This translates into a 90% increase in average wages (in adjusted, real terms) from today.
A scientist explains how global warming is affecting the entire world – from the mountains, to the sea.
Electricity consumption will grow as more people switch to electric cars – but this could drive up emissions, unless power is sourced from renewables.
China is rapidly greening its economy, but that doesn't mean authoritarian governments are best placed to handle climate change.
Removing human-related methane from the atmosphere could reduce global warming by 15%.
The debate about the transition away from fossil fuels has focused on costs, but right here in Australia we have examples of the benefits of sustainable new energy sources for our cities.
To hit emissions targets, Wales will need to drastically reassess how 90% of its landscape is used.
Labor's policies have to get a lot more ambitious if they want to see real reductions in emissions.
Electric motors are used in everything from utes to mining trucks – because they pack plenty of oomph.