The effects of climate change on health are getting more political traction. But there’s still more to do, particularly as the health harms of climate change are only getting more serious.
Australia’s latest climate change statement shows we have little hope of reaching net zero emissions by 2050. There’s good news on the 2030 target, but then what?
Food systems are increasingly disrupted by climate disasters, while also being a major contributor to climate change. World leaders at COP28 are vowing to do something about it.
Electric arc furnaces can use up to 100% scrap steel as its raw material, resulting in a significant reduction in emissions.
Private jet from London to COP28 in Dubai is 11 times more polluting than a commercial aircraft.
This isn’t the first time that US authorities have criminalized civil disobedience or framed grassroots organizing as a conspiracy.
Society’s wealthiest are responsible for generating climate change – but who are these people, and why are their emissions so high?
Many ‘green’ claims on social media ads are claims only. We need legislation to ensure green terms are clearly defined and based on the truth.
Through the Loss and Damage Fund, developed states and major emitters will compensate developing countries experiencing the most devastating effects of climate change. The fund is now operational.
Nations struggle if the health of their population fails. But good health is seriously threatened by climate change. So putting health at the centre of climate action makes sense.
Tackling the climate crisis starts with breaking our addiction to fuel. A task complicated by fuels essential role in both promoting and threatening global human security.
The two superpowers – and super-emitters – recently put out a joint statement on climate change.
Our study of five episodes across its 60 years shows Doctor Who has failed to support the idea that people should be able to advance their own climate interests
Africans need to re-envision what climate resilient development means within unique African city contexts.
A veteran of UN climate talks lays out the top themes and their sticking points, including concerns about the host country’s oil interests.
A recent study found one billion people are likely to die prematurely by the end of the century from climate change. Here are seven energy policies that could save their lives.
New emissions projections bode well for Australia’s climate efforts – but our fossil fuel exports continue apace.
Australia’s clean energy transition cannot succeed unless the government opens debate and decision-making to many more voices.
Industry is a leading climate polluter: Our road map shows what’s needed to cut industrial emissions in fast-growing countries.
The latest round of climate negotiations are due to start in Dubai. Here’s what you need to know.