Also in this week's round-up of top global stories: get ready for doughnut economics and how companies can act on climate change.
Advanced energy is a $1.4 trillion industry globally. Here’s what’s driving its growth.
Teresa Ribera, Director of the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations, examines the impact of President Trump's climate policies on global efforts to combat glo...
New wind and solar power plants are usually cheaper than new coal, nuclear, or natural gas power plants - but we are still not using them.
Each passing decade, Japan's iconic cherry blossom arrives earlier and earlier.
Studies suggest that staying within safe warming levels now requires removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
On April 22, scientists from around the world will mark Earth Day by participating in an unprecedented 'March for Science.'
Global business leaders representing companies with US$4.9 trillion in assets under management and US$700 billion in revenue have joined together to urge G20 governments to formally accep...
Here are some handy facts to have at your fingertips for Earth Day.
Scientists have found that a major river vanished last year in only four days.
New research suggests that wet weather could be to blame for the extinction of the Ice Age giants.
Renewables supplied 98.1% of Costa Rica’s electricity in 2016.
Recent research has highlighted the risk posed by heat to millions around the world - especially the world's poor.
The notion that the coal industry should be propped up as part of an "America First" agenda is being challenged by the very people it would aim to protect - the coal companies themselves.
Greenhouse gas emissions must begin a rapid decline by 2020, says Christiana Figueres.