NRDC estimates $100bn was needed to deal with the aftermath of droughts, floods and fires in 2012, representing the biggest non-defence spend in the US budget
US taxpayers faced a $100bn bill to clean up damage caused by last year's extreme weather events, more than the federal government spent on either education or transportation, a new analysis has shown....
White & Case lawyer Mark Clarke lifts the lid on the pioneering climate lawsuits taking courts around the world by storm
Homes across the country will struggle to cope with rising temperatures, floods, and water scarcity, UK climate watchdog warns
Influential initiative updates approach for assessing if corporate carbon targets are in line with 1.5C and 'well below 2C' warming goals
In advising the government not to carry forward surplus carbon emissions into the UK's next budget period, the CCC has warned the government's decarbonisation policies are behind schedule