We asked global experts: what is the one thing we should do now to fight back against climate change?
2016 was undoubtedly a tumultuous year, but there are reasons to believe that significant progress is being made in the fight against climate change, says Christiana Figueres.
The World Bank reviews 2016 using 12 charts.
China has made the transition to low-carbon transport a priority, including these low-speed electric vehicles.
Bill Hare and Niklas Höhne look at the steps needed to limit global warming.
US President-Elect Donald Trump has expressed scepticism when it comes to climate change. This will galvanize support for climate action globally.
Developing countries need to receive climate finance now so they can start adapting immediately for climate effects that will be upon us very soon.
Finally some good news for climate change.
For decades synonymous with oil and gas, the MENA region is transforming itself into a haven for inexpensive, clean energy.
How can the energy industry adapt to meet the needs of a growing population while also supporting low-carbon growth?
It’s known as decoupling: cutting the link between carbon emissions and economic growth. Many feared it was impossible, but it is starting to happen.
Achieving long-term decarbonisation while sustaining economic growth requires massive investment in innovation. So why is activity slowing down just when we need it most?
Designed and made by French company New Wind, the “trees” have plastic leaves which silently turn in the breeze, no matter which way it blows.
While the growth of renewables is helping to reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change, balancing the availability of these resources with varying levels of electricity demand can...
Renewable power generating capacity has overtaken coal for the first time.