George David Banks speaks with Arthur Neslen about keeping the US in the Paris deal, morale in the state department and why he said he didn’t know what 2C means
Obama-appointed diplomat will lead the US at first climate talks since Trump’s Paris withdrawal speech, he once called climate change “one of the world’s great challenges”
Speaking on World Food Day, Francis said climate change was a driver of hunger and migration and the Paris climate agreement was the legal basis for the solution
Supreme Court to decide whether to hear oil companies and Alaskan native case against Trump administration for listing seal as threatened due to climate change
EU commissioner has signalled that the US can downgrade its pledge to the Paris deal, but poor countries say such an act would “undermine global solidarity”
Scientists warn of expanding “bull’s-eyes” as the US builds in parts of the country at ever-greater risk because of climate change and severe weather
Whether countries have the legal right to back out of their climate commitments is irrelevant. It’s up to defenders to make sure it hurts them politically
India’s environment has been subjugated to the whims of the prime minister’s industrial cronies. How can the world believe him on climate change?
Pope’s encyclical on climate change appealed to liberals, but conservative Catholics were driven away by the values it invoked
US president promised to read the pope’s encyclical Laudato Si’, which exhorts humanity to care for the environment
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.
Defenders of the Paris climate agreement are fudging the question of whether nations, namely the US, should be allowed to water down their commitments
Delegates at Bonn climate talks warn of wider diplomatic repercussions if the US withdraws from the Paris climate deal
While the White House wrangles over the Paris deal, diplomats gather for climate talks in Bonn where the US presence will be much reduced
In answer to queries from China and others, the Trump administration said it was reviewing policies to promote “jobs for American workers”
As Trump mulls over leaving the Paris agreement, US officials fly in to interim talks with no clear mandate