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
Rather than waste vast amounts of taxpayer money pulling defunct rigs from the sea, why not spend it on something useful?
Facing an enormous clean-up job, Peru must think about a future where flood like those in March become ever more common
An Indian state has awarded full legal status to an entire ecosystem. But can such a right be protected?
We are really bad at predicting Chinese emissions. Why do we think we know what happens next?
With strong sales and positive coverage in the rightwing press, the prince’s children’s book has found a way to speak across the divided politics of climate change
The only way to defend Sudan against the conflict and starvation of climate change is through education. Trump’s ban cuts us off from that, writes Lina Yassin
Why have emissions plans that rely on removing carbon from the air with unproven technologies when forests can do it today?
Donald Trump appears bent on unpicking the globalist cooperation that made a climate change accord possible. Can the world’s other powers band together to stop him?
As he hands the secret Climate Home editor codes and knackered laptop to Karl Mathiesen, Ed King reflects on the five years since he launched the site
Conservatives are committed to science-based public policy on the environment, but for too long their voice has been ignored by civil society
Brussels bids for climate leadership as US backs out, but stocktake shows clean energy momentum slowing and a carbon lock-in risk from gas pipelines