The environmental movement is now tightly woven into communities across Australia and its demands are clear. Politicians ignore it at their peril.
The rise of teals and Greens challenges Labor to take more ambitious climate action, but room to move is constrained by pre-election commitments.
More of the curriculum is devoted to climate change, but it’s still not presented holistically. Teachers also need more training and resources to help them prepare students for a changing climate.
Climate artists can offer a vision of tangible networks, activities, behaviours and lifestyles that, rather than damaging the planet, support planetary — and personal — health and well-being.
Every tenth of a degree makes climate change significantly worse.
Voting rights in Canada have changed over time to become more inclusive. Challenging age discrimination in Canada’s election system could be the next step in expanding and strengthening our democracy.
Electricity, not what the EU calls ‘renewable gases’, offer the fastest route to decarbonising heating.
Behaviour change would also help tackle the climate, nature, food and fuel emergencies.
How well people exercise their agency will determine the severity of global warming – and its consequences.
An author of the report explains the damaging effects climate change is already having and why adaptation is essential.
Behind the government’s net zero bluster there has been little progress in decarbonising the UK.
Regulators, banks and policy-makers use stress tests to uncover weak points in how financial institutions operate and identify changes that will help buffer them from harm.
Addressing urgent and complex problems such as climate change involves research across the full spectrum of society – and that includes Australia’s young people.
Faith leaders hold significant financial and political power - it’s their duty to use it to shape the future of our planet.
The goal of the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero, or GFANZ, is to bring together the financial sector to accelerate the transition to a net-zero economy. Here’s why it might actually work.
As well as helping to save the planet, climate action provides huge opportunities to enhance people’s health, security and economic prospects.
From weak 2030 targets to controversial rules around carbon trading, let’s take a look at the summit’s defining issues.
Some promising proposals have been put forward, but most suffer either from a lack of ambition or a lack of participation from key countries.
A new climate projection found Glasgow pledges leave the world off-track for limiting warming to 1.5℃. What needs to happen in the final days of frantic COP26 negotiations to close the ambition gap?
On climate change, and other sustainable development goals, there’s still a big gap between corporate talk and action.