ANALYSIS: UK greens hope to copy success of European cousins, but questions remain over how ambitious policies will be funded
New centre-right government takes charge of climate progressive country, but questions remain over commitment to cutting domestic emissions
Foreign Minister’s meeting in London arrange additional brainstorming session for officials to evaluate risks
Negotiators from the Alliance of Small Island States warn that COP18 will be deemed a failure if countries do not up their ambition levels to 2020.
If British politicians treat their own climate targets like a joke, what hopes are there for an effective global binding emissions deal?
Key climate negotiations start on Monday 15 May – but analysis shows positions have not changed since end of COP17 in Durban.
In a mini revival of the Paris “high ambition coalition”, developed and developing countries commit to voluntary carbon offsetting scheme
NEWS: Secretary of state announces funds to protect world’s poor from global warming impacts will rise to $800 million, as part of ‘high ambition coalition’ at COP21 negotiations
The US and EU have resisted calls for finance to the victims of climate disaster, but developing countries say it is a red line
As environment ministers for Costa Rica and Grenada, we call on the G20 to give our countries a fair shot at a resilient Covid recovery
Campaigners welcomed commitments to ramp up funding for biodiversity but raised concerns it came at the expense of other climate and aid spending
If they defeat Trump, Biden and Harris will have to prove they can cut emissions at home to rebuild US global leadership on climate change.
After two weeks of talks, many issues remain unresolved. Here we break down the major fights and minor breakthroughs of the UN conference in Madrid
Push to gain new commitments from large polluters largely fails as hopes for climate ambition at Cop25 narrow to a single line of text
After a technically successful but politically lacklustre climate summit last year, it is time to see which countries will heed scientific warnings and crank up ambition
Call by António Guterres was joined by Fiji’s prime minister, who said not succeeding on climate change would be “craven, irresponsible and selfish”
As UN climate talks resume in Germany, a team of experienced, familiar diplomats are expected to take up many of the same positions the US has been fighting for years
De Brum, who witnessed the destructive power of nuclear weapons as a child, won justice for his tiny country against formidable economic and political odds