A major review of Australian climate policy has been compromised by the malignant politics that has sent Australia to the back of the international pack
Several US states and cities have committed to cut emissions despite president Trump, but only Seattle remembered cash commitments to the developing world
The golf-loving president says he will pull the US from the Paris agreement. The UN’s renewable energy chief explains why that’s dumb in terms he’d understand
Vast, dry and poor, Chad is more susceptible to climate change than any other country
Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus and Buddhists have issued a plea to the G7 environment ministers to act faster on climate change
The ‘final investment decision’ taken by Adani this week leaves many near and long term questions unanswered about the project’s viability
Despite the headlines and Donald Trump’s rhetoric, the official US position remains unchanged and where things go from here are unclear
Gas imports to Europe from the US and massive future coal burning in China undermine the rhetoric of the world’s new self-proclaimed climate spearheads
The ten-page document affirms, in extraordinarily strong language, that the EU and China intend to make the US irrelevant
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Not only in the US, the laws that safeguard the global commons are being watered down or washed away
Pope’s encyclical on climate change appealed to liberals, but conservative Catholics were driven away by the values it invoked
Firms found to be improving their own environmental performance by moving more-polluting activities overseas, where regulations are more lax
For communities in many poorer countries, including in the Pacific Islands, the most influential messages engage with people’s spiritual beliefs and involve religious leaders
We have the tools to barricade ecosystems against some impacts of warmer, more acidic oceans. But do we have the political will to use them?
The shipping industry could undermine global climate efforts. But Pacific islands and EU nations are joining together to force them to change.
The Paris agreement is a club for countries who are part of a global effort to tackle dangerous climate change. The US no longer meets these admission criteria.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens is right to embrace uncertainty, but not as an argument for inaction on climate change
With pollution from shipping killing 18,000 Chinese every year, the government is cracking down on the use of dangerous fuels in port