Ed King reflects on seven lessons from a bruising UN Climate Action Summit that ultimately failed to deliver the breakthrough that was both desperately hoped for and urgently needed
Bye-bye, billions - It's time for trillions to seize centre stage in the climate conversation
Despite some 'bright spots' and encouraging progress from business groups, leaders at yesterday's summit 'did not deliver' on expectations, say campaigners
Swedish teenage activist delivers angry and emotional speech to world leaders at UN Climate Action Summit, as emissions pledges start to stack up
The latest iPhone introduction garnered hundreds of times more coverage than the worldchanging commitments made in San Francisco. Why?
The Climate Group's Helen Clarkson reflects on a week in California that highlighted how rapidly the corporate response to climate change is evolving
What's swirling at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco?
A roundup of reports, indexes and solution handbooks issued in collaboration with the GCAS gathering
Global initiative reports number of companies committing to science based emissions targets has risen by 39 per cent this year
Big businesses reiterate backing for net zero targets, as European Commission throw weight behind campaign for bolder emissions goals
Major signal sent to auto industry, as fleet operators pledge to embrace zero emission vehicles
Governor Jerry Brown signs 100 per cent clean power rule and surprises businesses with new industry wide decarbonisation target
As the US blogger David Roberts has highlighted the latest flurry of climate action reports all highlight how 'political will' is the crucial missing ingredient, but how can it be generated?
'It's time to get off the path of suicidal emissions': World fires starting pistol on next wave of climate action
From the UN Secretary General and the global business elite to city Mayors and school children, calls are growing for a bolder approach to decarbonisation
With a month to go to the Global Climate Action Summit, Eliot Whittington reflects on the innovation and competition that can emerge from the accelerated pursuit of a net zero emission economy