Delegates will meet at the World Conference Centre in Bonn.
After the breakthrough at last year's Paris climate talks, the hard work resumes this week as delegates meet in Germany to discuss how to ramp up countries' climate targets.
The Paris climate agreement will be open for signing at the UN’s New York headquarters for the next year, starting tomorrow.
Australia will be one of more than 160 nations formally signing the Paris climate agreement in New York this week. But delivering on those promises is what really counts.
The pressure to pledge for 1.5℃ grew throughout the Paris summit.
The inclusion of a 1.5℃ goal in the Paris climate deal might have surprised some observers. But in reality, the diplomatic groundwork was laid years before.
Laurent Fabius has brought the gavel down on a successful deal.
The Paris deal has laid the foundations for real global progress on climate change. On that score, it must be judged a huge success.
Bringing down the gavel, and bringing down the house: French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius symbolically ended the Paris climate talks, applauded by UN climate chief Christiana Figueres.
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Job done: COP21 president Laurent Fabius.
At the Paris climate talks, the world has signed up to the first truly global treaty to tackle global warming. Our experts react.
Pulling an all-nighter as the climate talks enter their final frenetic hours.
Exhausted negotiators are still working hard to land the Paris climate. They haven't saved the climate yet, but a Copenhagen-style diplomatic disaster has been avoided.
Saleemul Huq (left) says the world’s vision should be to help everyone with climate change - even the very poorest.
A majority of countries want visionary action rather than pragmatism at the Paris climate talks, says the International Institute for Environment and Development's Saleemul Huq.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (right) on the summit’s opening day.
Australia has made several climate-themed announcements since the start of the Paris talks, but nothing that cuts to the heart of the climate issue.
Delegates might have to work late at COP21, but we can be confident a deal will be delivered by the weekend.
Progress is being made at the Paris climate talks, as negotiators being to accept the limits of what can and can't be delivered.
There is still lots of detail to be hammered out before the sun sets on the Paris conference.
The draft text released midway through the Paris climate talks shows progress - but perhaps not enough for a truly ambitious deal.
Fears are growing that the Paris climate negotiators are making a hash of it.
At the halfway mark in the Paris climate talks, progress is still frustratingly slow as the negotiations risk falling prey to old stalling tactics.
India’s Narendra Modi has the power to scupper US President Obama’s climate legacy.
India seems to have set its sights on trying to water down the Paris climate agreement. As long as the talks insist on full consensus, it may get its way.
James Hansen says currently proposed carbon pricing schemes won’t solve the problem.
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Former NASA climate scientist James Hansen has come to the Paris climate talks to push his radical alternative to current carbon pricing schemes.
Vanuatu is among the countries calling for much more ambitious climate action.
A new bloc of 'vulnerable' countries has emerged at the Paris climate talks - perhaps heralding the end of the old rich-poor geopolitical divide.
World leaders gathering at COP21 should ditch old ideas about ‘climate equity’.
The sooner nations stop viewing emissions reduction as a burden to be shared, and more as an opportunity to be grasped, the sooner real climate progress will be achieved.
In diplomatic terms, COP21 already has "success" built in. But there is still lots of work to do to hit the two-degree global warming goal.
We must tackle the climate challenge by using economic tools to develop a consistent and equitable system for pricing carbon.
Blue-sky promises? The Paris climate deal is unlikely to be legally binding.
The Paris climate deal comes 'pre-packaged' by the promises nations have already made. But the issue of global climate finance could still scupper the talks.
What’s happening? Every year the United Nations holds a climate change summit. This year’s summit is in Paris from November 30 to December 11. The summit is supposed to clinch a new deal to address climate…