Understanding climate risks makes us all less vulnerable.

WARWICK SMITH/FAIRFAX NZ The 2013 drought had a huge impact on New Zealand – according to Treasury estimates, it cost the New Zealand economy at...

Energy Companies Spent Millions Influencing Climate Policy Over Last Two Years

Not for the first time, big energy companies have been caught spending millions trying to influence UK and European policy, including greenhouse gas regulations. The extent...

Climate funds for world’s poorest slow to materialise.

Climate Change, Development & Aid, Energy, Environment, Featured, Green Economy, Headlines, Poverty & SDGs, TerraViva United NationsA project to help Ethiopian farmers adapt to...

Rich countries urged to honor climate pledges.

By Elias Glenn, Reuters China, Brazil, India and South Africa have urged industrialized countries to honor financial commitments made in Paris in 2015 to help...

Great Barrier Reef tourism: Caught between commerce and conservation alarm.

Great Barrier Reef More people than ever are coming to see the reef and those who make a living showing it off want the world...

French Elections: Alt-Right, Total and Gold Mines, the Story Behind the Candidates’ Environmental Policies

France, the birthplace of the Paris Agreement, is a week away from the first round of its presidential election on April 23. Throughout the...

Breitbart’s James Delingpole Pushing Denial That Great Barrier Reef Is Bleaching — Again

The Great Barrier Reef is experiencing mass coral bleaching for the second consecutive year, ushering in another global round of headlines above images of...

Anti-Fracking Campaigners Lose Legal Challenge Over Cuadrilla’s Lancashire Shale Gas Site

Protesters in Lancashire have finally found out the result of a judicial review into the government's decision to push ahead with shale gas exploration...

Yes, We Can Do ‘Sound’ Climate Science Even Though It’s Projecting the Future

By Kevin Trenberth, National Center for Atmospheric Research and Reto Knutti, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich Increasingly in the current U.S. administration and Congress, questions have...

Shell Invents ‘Business Drivers’ as Excuse to Avoid Inconvenient North Sea Decommissioning Options, Green...

Shell has failed to properly assess all options for plugging and abandoning its North Sea wells in the famous Brent oilfield, a group of...

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Why Reagan's vaunted 'starve the beast' plan failed.

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Final notice.

From: The Earth To: The people of Washington, DC, and particularly to the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue This is a letter to inform you...

Species’ traits influenced their response to recent climate change

Using ISI Web of Knowledge we conducted a systematic literature search of all relevant articles—published between 1990 and 2015—that reported an observed change in...

China’s plan to cut shipping emissions

Every year, over 60% of the world’s seaborne cargoes and 30% of the world’s shipping containers pass through China’s ports, creating an air pollution problem Beijing...