We look back on CHN’s reporting from a year that saw a great collision of political and physical forces
The final text released after a marathon talks harked back to a deal made in Paris that placed no requirement on most countries to raise their targets until 2025
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
Russia and Japan want ten years. Vulnerable countries want five. Why the alignment the world’s climate plans is a contest of ambition
The current system for accounting for loss and damage from climate change is contentious and up for review at UN talks in Madrid
It has proven the hardest part of the Paris Agreement to create rules for, with warnings a weak decision could undermine the accord. Now it will dominate UN talks in Madrid
Scandal-hit Justin Trudeau has put climate action at the centre of his re-election pitch. What are his Liberals, and their opponents, promising?
It’s been billed as the defining political event for climate in 2019. But what is it?
As Brics environment ministers meet in Brazil, experts see little appetite for meeting António Guterres’ benchmark of climate ambition
Reporting on latest science around climate change and land use focused on rich nations’ eating habits, but did it miss the bigger picture?
UN farming chief is the latest top job to be filled from Beijing, as China promotes ‘ecological civilisation’ and promises to green its foreign investment drive
The UN climate science body is expected to warn of increasing pressure on land use to meet climate and development goals. Here are ways to limit the conflict
Parliamentarians from the EU’s power blocs might talk tough on global warming, but don’t engage with the most influential social media accounts, analysis shows
Sponsored content: An early summer heatwave brought the long term decline of ice global attention, satellites can show us how fast the island is changing
Ursula von der Leyen has been nominated to lead the EU’s executive at a critical moment for climate policy, but she has no record on the issue
From contentious rules on carbon trading, through efforts to raise ambition to who will host next year’s summit, negotiators have a full agenda this fortnight
A growing number of governments are setting targets to end their contribution to global warming. Bookmark this page to stay up to date
The EU’s new parliament and commission face major decisions that reach far beyond where energy comes from
The Citizen’s Assembly could become a model for developing informed, fair and ambitious climate policy – if the government accepts its recommendations