The way we use language matters - no matter what Andrew Neil thinks, it is fair to ask if seas that are meant to be covered by ice can really be called 'ice-plagued'
Oil and gas giant unveils new programme to tackle methane emissions, featuring infrared cameras and advanced leak repair technologies
Washing an item of closing made of synthetic textile can release up to 700,000 microscopic fibres in the water
Stark picture emerges of rising global hunger levels as UN report warns climate variability is adversely impacting rainfall and agricultural seasons
Royal Academy of Engineering and Royal Society present blueprint for deploying greenhouse gas removal technologies, but urges rapid action to deliver on net zero goals
New research suggests that renewables could have a greening effect on one of the world's largest deserts
Climate science suggests we will suffer more extreme heatwaves in future, so how will our daily lives need to change to cope, asks Hubbub's Trewin Restorick
New research predicts efforts to stop dangerous climate change could create 65 million new green jobs and prevent 700,000 premature deaths
'A brave, brilliant and committed environmental campaigner, and a good friend'
New essay collection from centre-right think tank urges government to beef up conservation policies
As UN climate negotiators gather in Bangkok, UN climate chief Patricia Espinosa calls on governments to urgently step up efforts to meet Paris Agreement goals
Meat grown in lab would free-up land to feed growing population and significantly reduce CO2 emissions, argues report
'Breathe easy'? Really? Is that what you want to go with?
Report blames climate change on cosmic ray fluctuations and sunspot activity, drawing derision from climate scientists
How will energy technologies cope with the extreme weather climate change will bring? IMechE's Matt Rooney investigates
Carbon Trust and Fistuca announce major new R&D project to cut costs and biodiversity impacts from offshore wind foundations
A challenge against Malcolm Turnbull, triggered by the collapse of a key energy policy, shows an anti-Paris faction is on the rise in Australia's governing party
Campaigners and doctors set up 'sick bays' to highlight diesel emissions health risks
Report predicting spiralling global temperatures has been downloaded 270,000 times in just a few days
Tom Chivers reckons the case for a crackdown on glyphosates is remarkably weak, but it is still a good thing that it is being presented
Updated 'Race of Our Lives' paper is a rallying cry for companies, politicians, and investors to seek a new model of capitalism that engages with the long-term and rejects the 'tyranny of the discount rate'
UK arm of professional services giant joins Ball Corporation as latest additions to the global emission reduction initiative
UN's agriculture chief warns of hunger danger and climate change struggles unless work is undertaken to boost soil health around the world
We need climate heroes to step forward now, not in the final act, argues WWF UK's Gareth Redmond-King