Has the climate crisis reached the point of no return?
The COP25 summit in Madrid arrives on the heels of climate-related disasters across the planet
Developed countries spend millions in defence sector but not in climate funds, he says
'Countries are finding clever ways around having to take real action'
Shahab Uddin warned against making any mistake at this critical moment of collective action
The Battery Electrical Vehicles (BEVs) as a transport energy technology solution is proving practically...
An interview with Dr Shawkat Alam
Pollution ranked second and terrorism third among global worries
Demystifying loss and damage in the climate change regime
The UNDP report said climate change will fuel inequality as it hits developing countries, many with limited...
Disasters are a threat to human rights
'Change is coming whether you like it or not because we have no other choice'
'As the warming ocean loses oxygen, the delicate balance of marine life is thrown into...
In its annual analysis of fossil fuel trends, the Global Carbon Project said CO2 emissions were on course...
A sustained heatwave in 2003 claimed 70,000 lives across western Europe, mostly in France
A few strategies for the climate vulnerable
More than 150 supporters turned out to greet Thunberg as she came ashore
Sheikh Hasina reaches the Spanish capital to attend the annual global climate summit
M Zakir Hossain Khan, senior program manager (Climate Finance Governance) at Transparency International...
Only when all nations work together can we even begin to hope to fight climate change
The five corrupt pillars of climate change denial
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