Cristiana Pașca Palmer resigned before key summit, she faced allegations of discrimination against African staff and intervention in the renewal of her contract
Reporting on latest science around climate change and land use focused on rich nations’ eating habits, but did it miss the bigger picture?
In a special report, the UN’s climate science panel warned use of land to store carbon or grow fuel crops risked worsening food insecurity if poorly managed
Leaders must take decisive action to support nature-based solutions to the climate challenge, in light of the latest UN science report
The next EU presidency wants to drive the climate agenda, but its forestry industry is bad for carbon emissions, biodiversity and its indigenous Sámi people
Three coal plants that threaten the Sundarbans tiger habitat were removed from a draft text, while Unesco members declined to list the site as ‘in danger’
The protection of nature is a major weapon against the climate crisis, but it remains on the periphery of diplomacy and finance. That might be changing