New climate commitments from China, the UK, and US bring the world closer to the Paris goals.
Scientists and activists are exhausted by the grinding pace of COP25 negotiations and fearful that no deal will be reached before the summit's end on Friday.
If victorious, Democrat Joe Biden has promised to swiftly rejoin. But the process would be tricky, like jumping on a moving train.
With Trump no longer a threat, there is a sense of optimism around what the accord could achieve – but only if countries meet their targets
There is widespread international media coverage of the UN’s “Climate Ambition Summit” held online on Saturday and co-hosted by the UK, France and UN.
Countries' collective emission reduction pledges to fight climate change remain far from sufficient. What efforts and disputes led us to this crisis?
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Sunday marks the anniversary of the Kyoto Protocol, when countries pledged to cut down their emissions. Fifteen years have passed and last year, greenhouse gas emissions were the highest ...
China’s direction is vital in the fight against climate change. But just how significant is Xi Jinping's announcement on going carbon neutral? Experts at the University of Oxford speak to ...
Overall the meeting was a step forward in the fight against climate change, writes Emily Farnworth, head of climate change initiatives at the World Economic Forum.
How successful countries are at curbing greenhouse gas emissions could all depend on rules being hashed out at the United Nations summit in Madrid.