The real message from the parable of the boy who cried wolf is that there was a wolf
Amidst historic chaos in Washington, the Democrat's Senate victory has provided a major boost to hopes for a new era of global climate action – but can they be realised?
As Andrew Warren argues, the high profile re-run election for Georgia's two Senate seats could yet determine the direction of US - and by extension global - climate efforts for years to come
President Trump may have raged against Paris Agreement, but the rest of the G20 simply reaffirmed plans to ramp up national climate strategies and phase out inefficient fossil fuel subsidies
From international co-operation on climate change to tougher regulation of financial markets, a Biden administration has the potential to turbocharge a massive new global wave of green investment
America's departure from the Paris Agreement will be short and sweet, and with Joe Biden's victory the global consensus on the urgent need for climate action suddenly looks stronger than ever
But experts warn that without control of the Senate the President-elect may struggle to deliver on his promised net zero strategy and green recovery package
Democrat says he is confident campaign is on course for victory, as Donald Trump launches legal action to contest results in key states
The nail-biting US election has clarified one thing: the truly gargantuan scale of the climate challenge in an age of populism and division
Hopes for a Democrat landslide have evaporated as a close race continues to offer both Donald Trump and Joe Biden hope of victory
The world stands at a crossroad: one path keeps the global 2C goal and net zero hopes within reach, the other could deal a perhaps mortal blow to global climate efforts
Whoever wins the 2020 election will steer the world's biggest economy through the start of a critical decade for green business
Trump acknowledged the role of greenhouse gases in driving climate change while Biden embraced a number of specific climate measures in debate marred by interruptions and personal attacks
President Trump'stax affairs highlight again how he embodies the very worst of kleptocratic capitalism - a mode of doing business many corporate leaders are desperate to leave behind once and for all
It's time to get back to school, and the stage is set for the most consequential autumn in decades
New academic report predicts US will suffer loss of political and economic power if it exits the global climate accord in November
Joe Biden in the White House, and potentially Democrats in control of the Senate too, could turbo-charge climate change as an investment theme, argues Schroders' Simon Webber
Al Gore: 'Need for climate action is bound together with the struggle for racial equality and liberation'
Environmental campaigners express solidarity with civil rights activists, as protests escalate across the US
Leading experts from around the world argue policymakers should avoid locking in fossil fuel infrastructure, as President Trump attacks the 'ridiculous Green New Deal'
President announces US will join Trillion Trees initiative to grow, save, and better protect one trillion trees around the world by 2050
Coal continues its decline as renewables take hold in Germany, Spain, USA and even Fukushima, plus all the green business news you may have missed this week
Remaining part of the climate treaty will deliver stable, low-carbon green jobs for US citizens, CEOs of Apple, L'Oreal, Mastercard, Decathlon, Salesforce and more declare
How can advocates of climate action fight opponents who plumb the depths of moral bankruptcy in order to spark and then weaponise outrage?
BASIC countries defend multilateral climate action, as Macron and Xi pledge to ramp up decarbonisation plans