Millions of dollars have gone into California’s forest carbon offset program – with little new carbon storage to show for it, a new study suggests.
There have been 27 UN COP meetings. Despite these negotiations, the planet is on target to exceed emission thresholds for global warming. Given these failures, why continue with this process?
Hydrogen cars were heralded as an avenue towards universal green motoring, but progress has stalled in recent years.
Booming prices for coastal properties are a mark of our reluctance to reckon with the climate change that is already upon us. We must start to properly account for and act on climate risk.
Research shows storms that might have caused minimal damage a few decades ago are becoming stronger and more destructive as the planet warms.
Climate change is raising the number of days the Earth passes crucial thresholds of fire risk. But urgently cutting emissions can avoid the worst.
Home energy efficiency improvements should not be a luxury for those who can afford it.
Across the world, phenological events are occurring increasingly earlier as a result of climate change.
Environment ministers from both sides are determined not to see the Barrier Reef listed as in danger. The question is – why?
Amid Russia’s war on Ukraine, spiralling inflation and energy shortages, tackling climate change has been central to the recovery plans of the world’s biggest economies.
The biotech sector uses climate change as an urgent argument for more funding and fewer regulatory hurdles. But the urgency of climate change raises the risk of superficial claims and actions.
Canada and its allies must advocate for international peaceful diplomacy to stop the threat of nuclear war and prevent further climate devastation.
We can be much better at exploiting finance and economics to tackle climate change.
A look back at hurricane history suggests we may be significantly underestimating future risks.
The Andrews government has signalled a major shakeup of Victoria’s energy sector. But are they enough to bring the state’s energy prices down and reduce emissions?
Short fiction’s fragmentation reflects its origins as a response to trauma. Two new collections explore the dangers and vulnerability of womanhood, and the global threat of climate change.
The absence of norms defining the common good and the insufficient place of scientific arguments in the democratic debate weaken the capacity of liberalism to face global threats.
The historic agreement on a loss and damage fund was overshadowed by lack of progress on phasing out fossil fuels.
Two of the largest financial institutions are not doing enough to scale up funding for climate action.
Here are four reasons their victory is so significant.