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World’s worst polluters accused of Facebook greenwashing campaign using ‘dark ads’
Exclusive: Massive Attack frontman Robert Del Naja says platform responsible for ‘climate disinformation’
Climate summit delegates highlight inequity of climate crisis
Representatives of developing nations and indigenous communities highlighted the heightened stakes of climate change for them at the United Nations climate summit, known as COP26, Monday.
Pacific nations need carbon cuts from Australia, not just cash: Fiji Prime Minister
Fiji’s president provided Scott Morrison with a copy of Fiji’s climate change act, which Frank Bainimarama hopes could serve as a model for Australia.
COP26: What climate summit means for one woman in Bangladesh
What do decisions made at a summit in Glasgow mean for a woman in a village on the front line of climate change?
Top climate scientists are sceptical that nations will rein in global warming
A Nature survey reveals that many authors of the latest IPCC climate-science report are anxious about the future and expect to see catastrophic changes in their lifetimes.
Climate change is now the main driver of increasing wildfire weather, study finds
New study says climate change is essentially two-thirds to 88% responsible for the conditions driving wildfire woes in the western United States.
Ending energy poverty need not come at the expense of a safe climate future
The Rockefeller Foundation, IKEA Foundation and the Bezos Earth Fund are launching an alliance to empower a billion people with renewable energy
If Cop26 fails, our future is hot and angry
A good deal of modern diplomacy is conducted through video and phone calls, but crunch moments are usually in person. I remember watching Angela Merkel at a Eur