We knew that 2017 was the year to put the brakes on activities that cause global warming, but we didn’t do enough – welcome to the future.
The world has hit a rapid warming period, creating a pressing need for environmentally-friendly solutions
January 2016 has continued a trend of rapid global warming, setting the record for the hottest first month of the year in the history books.
Research out this week shows that the recent temperature record-breaking years are caused by human endeavours that drive global warming.
If donors help states with which they have links rather than those most vulnerable to climate change, it will increase poverty and thus migration.
Data from the UK Meteorological Office shows that 2015 will surpass last year as the hottest year on record.
A cacophony of climate deniers is trying to fool us into thinking we should not be planning for the future. Here’s how to spot one, writes Sipho Kings
The critical climate conference kicks off with world leaders calling for an ambitious – but fair – agreement to lower carbon emissions.
Average temperature and humidity rises in the Gulf will be too extreme for humans to continue living in the area by 2070, according to researchers.
Data from NASA shows that last month was the second-hottest September ever recorded, with the last 12 months being the hottest on record.
This year is set to be 0.1°C warmer on average than 2014, thanks to an unusually strong El Niño warming the Pacific Ocean and the world's climate.
Rich countries and the private sector will have to step up if we are to meet a $100bn target for poor countries to help them cope with climate change.
The failure to curb carbon emissions could see a catastrophic 6°C rise in temperature by the end of the century.
Scientists warned on Earth Day that we need to leave most of our remaining fossil fuel reserves in the ground to prevent climate change disaster.
Rajendra Pachauri has denied any wrongdoing, and claims that his email account and cellphone were hacked.
Using a divestment model, campaigners want to force companies to lower their carbon emissions.
Some climate change deniers in the United States Senate have realised they are increasingly out of step with the public.
The country’s leaders continue to bicker over overalls - but what does it matter when the planet is dying?
The UN climate talks in Lima, Peru, head for weakened deals in Lima on limiting global warming as meetings continue for an extra day.