Christiana Figueres calls for rapid emissions cuts to avoid 'doom and gloom' events such as the NSW bushfires
The Australian Coalition government is set to pay a "high political price" for its Direct Action climate change plan, according to the United Nation's climate chief. Christiana Figueres, executive secretary...
With Greenpeace backing a judicial review into the Capacity Market suspension, hopes are fading fast that auctions could go ahead this year - and that implications for coal and clean tech alike
The UK's transport fleet won't go green by magic, warns ClientEarth's Dominic Phinn
'Ambitious and credible': UN Secretary General demands tougher 2050 climate plans for September summit
Antonio Guterres issues memo calling for countries to deliver 'concrete, realistic plans, compatible with the latest Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5C'
Labour's shadow treasury minister Clive Lewis and Green Party MP Caroline Lucas to jointly table Green New Deal private members bill in Parliament today