The world will have a dubious achievement to claim on New Year's Eve: unparalleled carbon emissions.
Half of the world's wealthiest countries (and biggest polluters) are not going to bother to meet their own commitments to emissions reductions.
A group of British scientists and their supporters presses governments to tackle climate change and environmental crisis.
Scientists are warning us vehemently that we have to be net zero carbon by 2050, and we have to jump on getting there right now, or else very bad things will happen.
The geo-engineering fix cannot match reducing emissions of greenhouse gases as a way of slowing global warming, analysts say.
Called the Emerald Isle for its natural beauty, Ireland’s rising greenhouse gas emissions are making it Europe’s climate laggard.
Accelerating climate change is likely to result in growing forest carbon emissions, with serious consequences both for the creatures that find shelter there and the global atmosphere.
The consumption of sausages at the international tournament in Russia is preoccupying one group of researchers.
The great urban centers, hotspots of global wealth creation, are major emitters of greenhouse gases. Civic leaders could be among those best placed to save the planet.
The future of the global climate treaty could hang on the outcome of talks underway in Germany aimed at turning its promises into action.