The news when it comes to climate change isn’t exclusively catastrophic. Quick-developing global megatrends suggest the fight is not over yet
Bad news about our planet can paralyse us, says former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres. Instead, it’s time to focus on the opportunities in tackling climate change. She explains why ‘radical [...]
From using up leftover bread to tackling climate change, our pick of three projects that use brewing as a force for good
The number of cities that get at least 70 per cent of their total electricity supply from renewable energy has more than doubled since 2015
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio announces that the city will divest from fossil fuels and has filed a lawsuit against five major fossil fuel companies, including BP and Royal Dutch Shell, for [...]
As climate change forces people from their homes, New Zealand is pondering the creation of a visa for climate ‘refugees’ from Pacific islands
World leaders, cities, businesses and communities have vowed to press ahead with the Paris climate deal after President Trump announces the US’s withdrawal from the landmark agreement
The European Union has teamed up with African governments to fund local climate research centres and help the continent prepare for natural disasters
Greenland, a new play about how we respond to climate change, has opened at the National Theatre
At over 7,000 'global work parties' across 188 countries, citizens set the example and challenged political leaders to get to work on climate solutions
Policy supporting climate change education and increasing the involvement of young people in UN negotiations, is approved at Cancun climate talks
Despite the outcome of the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, young people are making progress in protecting their futures.
The 10th anniversary of the prestigious annual David Hall Memorial lecture will be an evening of innovative and thought-provoking discussion chaired by Lord Justice Sullivan.
After spending two weeks in Poznan, our special correspondent, David Woollcombe, reports back on some of the more positive aspects of the climate change summit.
Women and children recently gathered in Parliament Square under the banner of Climate Action Now, to call for decisive political action on the issues of climate change.
Shoot Nations 2008 is addressing the theme of Young People in a Changing Climate'.
In a 10,000 km bicycle trek, Cycle Generation are touring Africa as "KidsCall"-Ambassadors.