The EU’s global climate leadership is at stake as a new political cycle begins amid increasingly polarised public opinion.
Some 35 years ago, in the year 1984, Ethiopia was in the midst of an acute famine, leading to the loss of at least 400,000 lives and an international humanitarian campaign which people remember to
The night of 6 May, 2018 is engraved in Sebahire Leonidasi’s memory. The rain started about 8pm. A rumbling sound woke his family up two hours later.
Australia will stop contributions to the UN’s major fund for battling climate change this year, according to government budget papers released on Tuesday.
The European Union’s southeastern neighbours pay around €2.4bn ($2.72bn) a year in subsidies for coal-fired power – contradicting the EU rules they’re supposed to follow, according to findings publ
Armed with solar panels, lanterns and mini grids, European energy giants hope to capture the data of hundreds of millions of new, increasingly wealthy customers in rural Africa.
From the world’s northernmost town, Longyearbyen, down to Cape Town in South Africa, from the Western tip of Anchorage in Alaska to Tokyo in Japan, young people are preparing to go on a school stri
Britain’s draft environment bill would create loopholes around its guiding principles and too much government influence over its green watchdog, legal experts told parliament members on Wednesday.
Developing countries are split over whether the UN’s flagship climate fund needs a voting system to break deadlock on policy and project decisions.
A draft communique from the leaders of the G20 shows that resolve to stand up for the Paris climate agreement against critical voices, such as the US, may be weakening.
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