More than 1,200 climate laws have been introduced since 1997, with a sharp rise in the number of countries taking legislative action since the 2015 Paris Agreement.
At the conference on climate change in Marrakech, Morocco, Kevin Hart, the Assembly of First Nations regional chief for Manitoba, discusses humanity's urgent need to heed the ecological wisdom of indigenous peoples.
Amy Goodman and her team are on the streets of Paris and in the meeting halls of COP21, the United Nations’ fraught, highly policed attempt to craft a global, intergovernmental solution to the existential problem of climate change.
As momentum builds for a new deal on climate change, investors are becoming increasingly nervous about having their cash in fossil fuels.
A hard-hitting message from the Vatican warns of the threat global warming poses to the world’s ecosystems -- and everyone on the planet.
A tame end to climate talks in Bonn, Germany, leaves critics fearing that hopes are fading for a binding agreement aimed at stopping global warming.
A new report says a successful outcome at this year’s Paris climate talks will be far more likely if the world takes note of how China is reducing emissions.
Analysis of falling demand for electricity within the EU sends a stark warning to investors in new coal plants that their assets could be left stranded.
Analysis of emissions cuts planned by EU and G7 countries reveals that they will take the world less than a third of the way to the agreed safety level.
With more than 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa still lacking access to electricity, the continent is being urged to take a leading role in crucial climate negotiations.