We know how to build a truly zero carbon house. So why are we not doing it, on a massive scale?
Emissions trading systems are supposed to speed up decarbonisation, but they are not yet capable of doing so in practice.
There are many reasons to be pessimistic about the future – but what if we got it right? Here’s the case for optimism.
For the UK to achieve its net zero targets, it needs to take action on its carbon-intensive, poorly regulated supply chains.
By measuring emissions in real time, cities can take stronger action against air pollution and global warming.
Greg Hunt is best known as Australia’s health minister. But before that he spent years thinking about mechanisms to get emissions down – and if elected, Labor plans to road test the one he introduced.
People in some areas are paying hundreds of pounds more to heat their homes every year.
Details of the US$8.5billion funding South Africa is set to receive to support the move to a just transition and a climate resilient economy haven’t been made public yet. Here’s what’s clear so far.
Removing carbon from the atmosphere raises political questions that should be addressed by democratic institutions.
When it comes to ring roads, Birmingham has a poor track record. Can the city’s new transport plan buck that trend and benefit both its inhabitants and the environment?
Watch a panel discussion on Thursday 18 November as climate change experts react to COP26.
Most of the $2,000 per year increase in income by 2050 is due to the success of a new hydrogen industry.
Embodied emissions in buildings could be a hidden setback for carbon reduction targets.
Embodied carbon - carbon produced during a building’s construction - urgently needs reducing, and reusing buildings could help.
Experts explain the latest evidence on eco-anxiety in The Conversation Weekly.
We cannot claim that inducing others to reduce emissions gives us a moral license to emit in their place.
Military emissions reporting is only voluntary. And what we cannot see, they will not cut.
Universities have long been developing research, talent and technology that, with the right mix of industry and government support, will allow Australia to emerge as a green export and R&D leader.
Global leaders at COP26 need to understand what is at stake for each nation and build trust to achieve a successful outcome.
The pledge to end deforestation holds great potential, but Canada has some work ahead if it is to make meaningful progress on the new goal and stop ongoing forest and carbon loss.