12 months in focus: Rising temperatures, extreme weather events, an inconclusive Earth Summit in Rio and a promise from US President Obama to finally address global warming
Forget the stalemate at the UN climate change talks, back home the US is making more climate change progress than its partisan politics would have you think.
Ocean geoengineering technique to grow and sink phytoplankton blooms gets thumbs up in new study.
Christopher Córdova, International Director of PIDES International based in Mexico talks to RTCC about the work they are doing combining theory and practical measures in combating climate change.
The latest international climate change news, debate and video from RTCC.
Brigit Fremault and Alain Hubert explain how the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica research base sustainability measures help scientists to study with minimal environmental impact.
New study published in the Journal of Glaciology finds rifts along the West Antarctic ice shelves causing the shelves to lose their grip and break off into the sea.
A new study which detected a huge fresh water pool in the Artic Ocean, warns changes in wind direction could cause the pool to spill out and disturb ocean currents cooling Europe.
2011 was a year of stark warnings from the scientific community, but lessons will be learnt going forward? RTCC took a look at the major findings from the past year.