Cecilia Reyes examines the four biggest risks to water security.
China is using less coal which is good news for the fight against climate change.
Scientists think that global warming is affecting the earth’s atmosphere and, in turn, making flights bumpier.
If India, along with the major European nations, takes steps to formally ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change, it would send a powerful signal to other countries around the world.
Adair Turner highlights the challenge of finding available land for renewable energy – especially in densely populated, developing countries.
If we work together, we can stop a mass extinction of ocean life before it starts, writes Marc Benioff.
Here are three key reasons why melting in Greenland poses significant global economic risks.
Financial performance isn’t the only barometer of global economic risk. Rapid changes in the Arctic are a warning sign that our social-ecological-economic system is out of whack.
Fifteen of the last 16 hottest years have occurred this century. This animation shows the long-term warming trend of the planet.
Professor Elizabeth Kirk explores the treaties and laws in place to protect the Arctic.
We live in a connected world, and what happens in the Arctic does not stay in the Arctic.
Pioneering new technology could suction-mount wind turbines to the ocean floor and cut the cost of renewable energy.
What is COP21 – and why does it matter?
This map shows who’s taking the lead in delivering the Paris Climate Change agreement.
Simon Evans explores the influence of the G20 on energy and climate.