He Jiankun & Nicholas Stern: China’s climate commitment
He Jiankun and Nicholas Stern examine how China is emerging as a leader of global climate policy.
Ugandan youth share wisdom beyond years at climate change conference
School-aged Ugandan delegates are embracing their role as young leaders, sharing reflections on the ongoing impacts of climate change at the International Children's Climate Change Conference.
‘Unprecedented’ Canadian blazes are burning forests and making climate change worse
Large fires across Canada's Northwest Territories are releasing stored carbon into the atmosphere.
Europe’s coal comeback here to stay without strong climate and energy policies
European countries are at risk of locking themselves into a high-carbon future as they remain hooked on dirty coal, according to new research from UK based NGO Sandbag.
Sign the petition: Say NO to risky Arctic drilling
The U.S. government is starting to prepare a five-year program—spanning the years 2017 to 2022—that could open the Arctic Ocean to oil and gas drilling.
Join the Dharnai Live movement: Renewable energy for India’s villages
Join the Dharnai Live movement that aims to light up every dark village in India based on a clean, renewable and decentralised electrification solution.
Peru weakens environmental safeguards months ahead of Lima climate conference
A new law strips Peru’s environment ministry of many of its regulatory powers and reinstates tax breaks for multinational mining companies.
Sign on to be a Climate Voter
Politicians always promise to act on climate change. Pledge to become a Climate Voter now to make sure that they follow through.
UK government progressives save fourth carbon budget
The UK government announced that its fourth carbon budget will remain unchanged, despite intense pressure to weaken the measures.
Ross Garnaut: G20 should facilitate international cooperation on climate change
The upcoming G20 meeting in November offers an important opportunity for world leaders to collectively address climate change.
Tell Brazil: Be a clean energy champion
Join us in encouraging Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff to take leadership on truly clean energy, not further mega-dam development in the Amazon.
Germany claims first as the US misses a spot in the top 10 most energy efficient economies
A new report found that Germany is the most energy-efficient major economy in the world.
Sign the petition: Give Energy East a people’s intervention
The concern for climate change has been all but eliminated from consideration in deciding the fate of projects such as the Energy East pipeline.
Keep up the pressure: Tell LEGO to dump shell
We still have time to show LEGO that this campaign is growing fast, not starting to fade away. Sign the petition now.
Wind declared cheapest energy source in Denmark
Onshore wind is now the cheapest form of new electricity generation in Denmark, undercutting coal power, according to the government’s energy agency.
Albertine oil exploration set to expand into Rwanda and Tanzania
Rwanda and Tanzania intend to expand fossil fuel excavation within their borders of the Albertine rift, according to recent reports.
Emissions fuelling Australian drought, warn scientists
The Australian prime minister may be scathing about climate science, but new research shows that burning fossil fuels is a significant factor in the long-term rainfall decline that is leaving southern regions of the country parched and swelte...
500 days from crucial Paris summit, momentum grows for climate deal
500 days ahead of a crucial UN climate summit in Paris, momentum is growing for a global climate deal.