How many years you reuse a fake holiday tree matters. So does what happens to a live tree when you’ve packed up the ornaments.
Record emissions are fast shrinking the remaining amount of carbon dioxide we can emit if we are to limit global warming. At current rates, we’ll use up the budget for a 1.5°C outcome in seven years.
To avert climate breakdown, most of the world’s coal, oil and gas must stay underground.
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?
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.
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.
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.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell bristles at talk of managing climate change, but the damage it is doing the US economy is hard to ignore, as the latest National Climate Assessment shows.
Temperature records are tumbling – how much progress is really being made towards tackling climate change?
UAE will preside over talks to limit climate change – despite revelations it plans oil deals.
Negotiating global progress on climate change involves walking a fine line, as a former UN official explains.
Electric vehicles get all the press – but it’s the smaller unsung two wheelers cutting oil demand the most.
The idea that harm done today can be offset in the future is based on a basic misunderstanding of the carbon cycle. Planting more trees is important – but it’s no substitute for cutting emissions.
Climate action should be framed not as a sacrifice but as an investment that can generate economic savings and improve human and ecosystem health today.
With many countries planning fossil fuel production increases and continuing subsidies, negotiators have their work cut out for them when the COP28 climate summit begins.
Our survey of UK workers reveals their deep concern about climate change – many want to see action being taken.
In 1997, John Howard chose expansion of Australian fossil fuels over Pacific concerns about climate change. Will Albanese finally mend the rift?
The natural gas industry has spent years trying to undermine scientific findings about gas stoves and health. If this sounds familiar, that’s no accident.
If Alberta prepares to transition from oil and gas to solar energy, the workforce will need retraining. New research shows that this will cost less than expected.