Tributes to Minister Zackhras highlight his work at home and abroad to defend islands threatened by climate change
Matt Canavan, who has strongly backed Adani’s Queensland mega-mine, is third senator in recent weeks to be caught out by dual citizenship rule
How the tiny, climate-threatened Marshall Islands came to be represented at UN shipping talks by a private company based in Virginia, 11,000km away
Representatives of four Pacific island nations join today at the IMO in London to ask the shipping industry to do its part to cut carbon emissions
Human rights review finds Australia’s coal production ambitions will contribute to dangerous climate change and asks government to reconsider
A major review of Australian climate policy has been compromised by the malignant politics that has sent Australia to the back of the international pack
The ‘final investment decision’ taken by Adani this week leaves many near and long term questions unanswered about the project’s viability
A fortnight of climate talks in Bonn ran smoothly enough, but political tensions await Pacific island presidency at November summit
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.
Experts say $5bn Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility’s repeated rejection of requests for information on Adani coal project loan has no basis in law
Indian ruling means Adani will be unable to manipulate price of coal overseas then seek escalations in cost of power back home
As modernity creeps into Tanna, Vanuatu, climate change is just one of many new challenges. We cannot fight the former without understanding the whole
Australian ministers claim Carmichael mine would send cleaner coal to India than imports from elsewhere. This is false, says analyst from major global agency
Researchers find strong climate signal behind the heatwaves and record average temperatures that beset Australia’s eastern states this summer