Last year was Earth's hottest on record in new evidence that people are disrupting the climate by burning fossil fuels that release greenhouse gases into the air, two U.S.
Thousands of tribal people allegedly evicted from a tiger reserve in central India that inspired Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book must be allowed to return to their ancestral forest homes, said an
Indonesian indigenous communities launched a project on Friday to encourage foreign tourism in ancestral forests to slow the advance of logging operations and palm oil plantations.
KETI BUNDER, Pakistan (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - For fisherman Sammar Dablo, it was as if "the seawater stole our homes" when land erosion forced his village to relocate further inland on Pakis
Southeastern Brazil is getting some rainfall a year after a record drought started, but not enough to eliminate worries about electricity rationing, drinking-water shortages or another season of da
China will extend subsidies for new energy "green" vehicles to 2020, according to draft rules published on Tuesday, extending the current incentive scheme which expires at the end of 2015.
Beijing recorded a slight drop in smog levels in 2014, the municipal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said Sunday, though some pollutants remained at 150 percent above national minimum levels.
A Paris summit in 2015 will face a tougher task to agree a U.N.
Major questions persist over how rich countries will boost funding for poorer nations to tackle climate change in the next five years, after U.N.
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