UK government faces backlash as it gives freedom to frack
The UK government is once again facing strong opposition as it pursues plans to give energy companies the freedom to frack for shale gas under private land.
Earth Day highlights need for action at critical time for climate
More than a billion people worldwide celebrated this year’s Earth Day – the 44th anniversary of the annual event – and true to the iconic day’s history, the annual event galvanised strong global calls for action.
Sing the petition: Save the forests of Tasmania from destruction
Tasmanian Premier elect, Will Hodgman, is putting the forests of Tasmania at risk by ripping up a peace deal between green groups and the timber industry that aimed to end 30 years of conflict. The newly elected Tasmanian Premier has told env...
Bill McKibben: What just happened on Keystone XL
Bill McKibben offers his take on the Obama administration's announcement to delay a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline.
Divestment movement picks up speed with two major US announcements
Earlier this week, the divestment movement celebrated a pair of victories at Pitzer College and Harvard University.
Will 2014 see a resurgence of clean energy investment?
New analysis shows after a slow down in recent years, the first quarter of 2014 has seen a rebound in clean energy investment. Is this the beginning of a renewable resurgence?
Add your voice: Support climate justice
The Declaration on Climate Justice sets out the priority pathways necessary to achieve climate justice—now, and for future generations.
Procter & Gamble cleans up palm oil act after weeks of protests
After weeks of intense pressure, Procter and Gamble (P&G) has committed to a No Deforestation policy, aimed at limiting the environmental impacts of its products and clean its supply chains of bad palm oil.
Tweet #ClickClean and show your support for a green internet
Campaign momentum is building after last week’s launch of Greenpeace’s #ClickClean report. Some of the biggest tech giants have already committed to switching to sustainable energy to power their data centers, and the pressure is ...
World Bank financing for fossil fuel exploration on the rise, study says
The president of the World Bank has been calling for climate action even as his organization continues to support fossil fuel exploration and development.
World Bank headquarters in Washington DC photo
World Bank headquarters in Washington DC Creative Commons: Deborah W. Campos/World Bank, 2011 Source: Flickr
Hunter Cutting: The 3 numbers you need to know about the cost of climate change
Climate Nexus' Hunter Cutting explains the IPCC's climate costs analysis in three must know numbers.
Leo Hickman: The scientists have done their bit, now it is up to us
In the wake of the IPCC's latest report, WWF's Leo Hickman argues that the science is clear and and that the world's fate is in our own hands.
Crude oil leak disrupts water supply for 2.4 million in China
Officials in Lanzhou detected the cancer-causing chemical benzene in the city’s water supply after a crude oil pipeline sprung a leak.
Submit your pictures to the #FortheLoveof campaign
This spring, The Climate Coalition is coming together with the #FortheLoveof campaign to call for climate action for the sake of all the things that matter most. We all love something that is threatened by climate change. From Kittiwakes and ...
Recycled waste generating clean energy in urban Brazil
The waste and fossil fuel use of Sao Paulo's growing population threatened major damage – until the city developed a unique biogas project to harness the recycled waste for generating power.
IPCC: Key messages from WGIII
The final in the IPCC's trilogy of climate science reports examines the mitigation options and the potential for global temperature rise to stay below 2°C.