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Why a net-zero future depends on the ocean’s ability to absorb carbon

The oceans moderate the world’s climate through the absorption of heat and carbon. …

Climate change, conflict: What is fuelling the Lake Chad crisis

Climate change, religious conlficts and economic crisis have taken toll on people and …

How John Kerry can bring US back in climate fight ring

The US is on track to re-join the Paris Agreement. Kerry brings to table the clout and …

Chamoli glacier burst: Himalayan blunders compounded

The issue is about carrying capacity of the fragile region, which is even more at risk …

Why did the Chamoli tragedy happen in winter

Identifying hotspots through vulnerability mapping and strengthening EIA can enhance …

Chamoli glacier burst: It is time to learn from our mistakes

The cumulative effect of hydropower projects has turned out to be more environmentally …

It is time to own up: Why ‘Anthropocene’ should matter

Disinclination to recognise impact of humans on the planet responsible for a fragile fight …

Climate Change Commission calls on New Zealand government to take ‘immediate and decisive action’ to cut emissions

New Zealand’s net emissions rose by 57% between 1990 and 2018, placing it among the …

Trump’s big gamble to gut US power plant emissions rules loses in court, opening a door for new climate rules

The appeals court ruling in the power plant case merely confirms that many of the rollbacks …

From antagonist to protagonist: Is POTUS 46 the climate hero we need

US must cut emissions faster if Paris Agreement is to keep rolling

Coffee: here’s the carbon cost of your daily cup – and how to make it climate-friendly

Using less fertiliser, managing water and energy use more efficiently during milling and …

India needs to invest urgently in climate action

The government should engage with sector experts and increase participation of leading …

Why geoengineering is still a dangerous, techno-utopian dream

Experts have increasingly warned against manipulating Earth’s natural systems 

The Caspian Sea is set to fall by 9 metres or more this century – an ecocide is imminent

Climate change is causing the sea to recede, leaving barren land in its wake

Why does China await its emission trading scheme for thermal power plants

The first phase of its Emission Trading Scheme covering power plants, earlier scheduled to …

It’s been 5 years since Paris Agreement but are Nationally Determined Contributions equitable?

To cap global warming at 1.5°C or even 2°C is a tall task that needs much more …

Paris Agreement: Five years on, it’s time to fix carbon trading

Setting the rules that govern emissions trading, financing and support for developing …

Are we on track to meet Paris Agreement target of 1.5°C warming towards 2100?

The 5-year anniversary of the Paris Agreement is upon us on December 12, 2020, and it is …

Paris Agreement turns 5: Time to demand real, drastic action NOW

The impacts of climate change have been clear every year since the landmark …

Five years after Paris: How countries’ climate policies match up to their promises, and who’s aiming for net zero emissions

So far, countries’ individual plans for how they will lower their greenhouse gas …

Post-COVID-19 focus must be on dropping fossil fuels: UNEP Emissions Gap report

By using a green pandemic recovery to get a head start and pushing on with real systemic …

A history of climate change negotiations for beginners: Then and now

China’s announcement of achieving net-zero by 2060 is a stepping stone in fight …