Some of the world’s biggest cruise companies are claiming to be green, while continuing to use weakly regulated fossil fuels
The case, to be heard in the European Court of Human Rights on Wednesday, could change the way states are held accountable for climate harms
Masses of people will take to the streets in 650 events around the world this weekend, to call for a phaseout of coal, oil and gas
We need to recognise the diversity of ways climate impacts influence people’s movements, not reduce them to one label
It’s often hard to judge whether a drought is weather-related or climate related and whether people are displaced by the drought or conflicts
As Morocco faces increasingly extreme temperatures, indigenous communities in the country’s southeast suffer the brunt of the climate crisis
While drawing up their renewables deal with wealthy countries, Senegalese government, civil society, business and researchers had their say
Public money should stop flowing towards the expansion of animal agriculture, which is responsible for a fifth of the world’s emissions
Republicans are pressuring insurers out of climate coalitions but won’t change their pro-climate business decisions
The Banner sisters fought for the preservation of land in America’s ‘Cancer Alley’. They are now in Paris to demand a global cap on plastic production.
Rich nations’ leaders need to uphold their commitment to a clean and sustainable energy future.
The World Bank controls tens of billions of dollars which can make a real difference in the fight against climate change. A coalition of nations is pushing for green reforms.
Indigenous people protect the forests but the organisation writing up a rule-book for high-quality carbon offsets has not adequately consulted them
Cop27 resulted in the historic decision of setting up a loss and damage fund to help vulnerable countries, but success depends on a few key actions.
As citizens, we must educate and inspire our peers to act on climate change through positive and empowering campaigns
European governments are abandoning a treaty that has become a barrier to climate action, but legal hurdles remain
At the Cop27 summit in Egypt, a dash for gas risks distracting from the support for climate resilience Africans really need
Four young activists explain why loss and damage is a hot topic at Cop27 climate talks and how they are fighting for climate justice
My loss is just one of many for Africa. If we do not get justice at Cop27, I fear conflict and scarcity will escalate beyond national borders
Indigenous peoples and local communities receive less than 1% of all climate funding despite scoring wins for people and nature