Investors are increasingly concerned about climate change, but for the markets to deploy their full capacities, the dominant principles that guide them need to be revised.
Don't let stock markets reports convince you that when the markets are up, all is well in the world. When the market is up, carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is up, and the global environment is down.
A new study found shallow water corals with high temperature tolerance in their DNA. Could they make reefs more resilient to climate change?
Thousands of years ago, carbon gases trapped on the seafloor escaped, causing drastic warming that helped end the last ice age. A scientist says climate change could cause this process to repeat.
The idea of the Green New Deal has been around for more than a decade. Why all the fuss about it now?
Labor's policies have to get a lot more ambitious if they want to see real reductions in emissions.
Contrary to the advice of the UK's climate advisers, aiming for net zero before 2050 is credible – but the country must reassess how much its future is worth.
The current system drives social injustice and environmental destruction, a new approach to address both is called for.
Never mind the future – rich countries have already benefited from climate change, while poor countries have suffered dramatic economic losses.
The Earth’s past shows the key role of CO₂ on climate for 4.45 billion years, and how human industrial activity has disrupted its cycle at an unprecedented rate over the past 160 years.
The school strikes are a serious moral challenge to climate inaction, but they must overcome certain challenges to maintain momentum.
How can the climate strikers' demands of system change be met?
What's the best thing I can do to help the climate? How long is the planet going to last? These questions and more answered by a climate scientist.
The original New Deal caused a "great acceleration" in carbon emissions. How will a Green New Deal forge its own legacy?
Marine heatwaves, like their land counterparts, are growing hotter and longer. Sea species in southeastern Australia, southeast Asia, northwestern Africa, Europe and eastern Canada are most at risk.
The Green New Deal has shifted the debate over what to do about climate change.
By making people confront the scale of the climate challenge, the Green New Deal is a great leap forward.
Record heat in February 2019 caused shock and delight in equal measure. Behind the balmy weather lie challenges for British wildlife.
Reducing emissions doesn't have to conflict with a growing economy, as these 18 developed nations show.
While countries recognise the urgent need to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by favouring greener energies, the ever-increasing demand for electricity has led to rising coal consumption.