The best thing to do is to stop emitting carbon. However, preserving a safe climate will likely require us to go further.
The report synthesises the latest science about Australia’s climate – and paints a worrying picture.
A leading climate scientist explains why going over 1.5 degrees Celsius puts the world in a danger zone.
It’s a landmark agreement, acknowledging for the first time that wealthy countries bear some responsibility to help. But it leaves many unanswered questions.
Tangible solutions would reduce livestock methane emissions, while also improving productivity and livelihoods.
Poorly regulated housing is leading to more greenhouse gas emissions through energy loss, increased energy requirements and greater exposure to weather extremes.
As the FIFA World Cup kicks off, researchers take a look at the impact of climate change on the future of soccer.
130 countries have signed a pledge to cut methane emissions by 30%. Success could have a swift impact on global warming.
The warming observed in the Gulf of St. Lawrence is causing upheaval in the balance of the species living there. That is having direct repercussions on the commercial fishing sector.
Activists aren’t necessarily more aggressive than in the past, but they are using creative and sometime shocking new tactics that quickly go viral.
Saying that the climate problem is complex is false, and a distraction from what we know needs to be done.
The biggest issues at COP27 involve financing for low-income countries hit hard by climate change. A former World Bank official describes some promising signs she’s starting to see.
Changing habitat ranges, competition for food and water, and biological effects of climate change all pose threats to wildlife.
Sen. Rosa Galvez has called for ambitious and coherent government intervention to address the risks financial institutions pose to climate. Here’s why Canadians must rally around her.
COP27 is Australia’s chance to join the global climate effort, but we’ll need to bring more to the table to be taken seriously.
COP conferences broadly provide a platform for the negotiation of international climate change agreements.
The UN estimates the global population will pass 8 billion people on Nov. 15, 2022. From the Stone Age to today, here’s how things spiraled out of control.
The climate summit to be held in 8 November 2022 in Egypt will discuss issues such as financing for developing countries, combating deforestation and reducing emissions.
The budget earmarked worthwhile climate measures, but many are piecemeal. Amid record-breaking extreme weather in Australia, federal spending on climate action still falls well short.
Brown carbon refers to a range of pollutants found in smoke from wildfires. They can contribute to global warming before they undergo a process that alters their chemical properties.