With pollution from shipping killing 18,000 Chinese every year, the government is cracking down on the use of dangerous fuels in port
Facing an enormous clean-up job, Peru must think about a future where flood like those in March become ever more common
As modernity creeps into Tanna, Vanuatu, climate change is just one of many new challenges. We cannot fight the former without understanding the whole
An Indian state has awarded full legal status to an entire ecosystem. But can such a right be protected?
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
Mitigating and adapting to climate change globally represents an incredible investment opportunity – Trump should get with the programme
The last time a US administration quit a UN climate deal was in 2000, and George W Bush’s team described the angry response from capitals as a ‘sobering experience’
Email subscribers are keeping up the positive vibes with a focus on state and community-level efforts, while staying connected
Climate Home writers pick some of the defiant optimists they came across in 2016
It was a ‘uuugggggee story. But while the media reacted in horror, the world – soon to be renamed Planet Trump – and the COP22 climate talks kept turning
The luxury cruise ship Crystal Serenity is embarking on an historic voyage through the Arctic, and it’s likely to herald a surge in similar trips say experts at ICCT
Ex No.10 advisor says Brussels has held back British climate ambitions: without its oppressive regulations carbon emissions can fall further and faster
Planet set for fifth successive warming year with average 1.21C temperature rises above 1850-1900 levels, a big increase on the 1.06C warming in 2015
These mesmerising climate visuals tell the story of how emissions have stoked global warming since 1850
Recent energy auctions suggest solar prices are falling fast in India, but we need to see whether these projects are actually delivered on time, at such low prices
On the penultimate day of UN climate talks in Paris, Saleemul Huq tells Climate Home finance is key to unlocking a strong global pact
Megan Darby talks to Monica Araya, former Costa Rica negotiator and founder of think tank Nivela, about an extraordinary push for a 1.5C global warming limit at COP21
Ed King, Business Green’s James Murray and Nick Molho from the Aldersgate Group discuss the state of low carbon planning in the UK