John Krebs and Joanna Haigh argue the UK should cement its leadership role by becoming one of the first nations to adopt a net zero emission law
Provisional government statistics confirm greenhouse gases now as low as they were in 1890, with wind and solar becoming UK's second biggest source of electricity
Excluding unreliable land-use data, 2017 greenhouse emissions were again highest on record
Gareth Redmond King's recent trip to the Arctic opened his eyes to how changes to the region's climate is set to impact life around the world
EU Council call on the European Commission to produce mid-century roadmap for emissions reduction
Is the scandalous corruption of our political campaigns also undermining our response to the environmental crisis?
Carbon emissions from energy rose 1.4 per cent to hit an historic high of 32.5 gigatonnes last year
Such extreme weather events are now happening four times more than in 1980, according to a European science paper
Fast food giant is the first major restaurant company to join the initiative
Earth Hour report warns how climate impacts could reshape British diets over the coming decades
On Bob Dylan, World Cups, and the true urgency of the climate challenge
Projects undertaken by Prince of Wales' International Sustainability Unit to be merged with WRI
Crashing levels of coal use behind steep fall in emissions, but hopes for further progress are undermined by news of a rise in transport emissions
Dr Kate Marvel's essay, 'We Need Courage, Not Hope, to Face Climate Change', may just provide the framing the climate movement needs
Could a different approach to communication finally get conservative constituencies to engage with climate risks?
Sir James Bevan's speech to the Carbon Trust Low Carbon Cities Conference - in full
Impact of floods, droughts and heatwaves on European cities will be worse than previously feared, say scientists
Environment Agency launches Flood Action Campaign in bid to encourage residents and businesses to prepare for potentially devastating floods
Peer-reviewed US study estimates sea level rise is accelerating and could reach 66cm by the end of the century, causing huge problems for world's coastal regions
The actions of businesses, from sports clubs to supermarkets, should inspire optimism for tackling climate change, says WWF's Gareth Redmond-King
The pre-publicity suggests the influential writer's latest book will take aim at the green movement, but is such criticism justified
Extreme weather, coastal erosion, and changing climate is taking its toll on iconic British sports
Scientists say climate targets cannot be met using the technologies, which either risk huge damage to the environment or are very costly
How much longer can Donald Trump's dangerous environmental philosophy be left unchallenged by media and public alike?