President Donald Trump has worked relentlessly to undo environmental and conservation policies from the Obama Administration. Trump will travel to the UK next month, with a mass demonstration planned to meet him. Environmentalists have plenty of reasons to attend. EMILY FOLK provides a run down
Activists in the US have been working to safeguard valuable environmental science data which they believe to be at risk with a climate change denier in the White House. MORGAN CURRIE and BRITT PARIS look at what has happened to the data since president Donald Trump took office
Donald Trump whipped up a storm by repeating climate denial tropes. But Professor MICHAEL E. MANN warns that one of the potential future victims of climate change - according to the latest projections - is Trump himself. It's a story as old as King Canute.
The World Economic Forum is a beast with two heads; the first is old-world economic growth and capitalism, while the new is one set on solving the mountain of problems created by the other. How can events like the WEF be 'retooled' to serve succeeding generations? NICK BREEZE reports
The future of the planet - as protected by the Paris Agreement - appears to have been victim to a vicious power struggle within the White House, according to Michael Wolff’s new insider account of the Trump White House. But, argues ALEX RANDELL suggests there is far more in play
A demonstration in Zurich, organised in less than a week, has attracted thousands of people from all walks of life, outraged by Donald Trump’s policies and telling the US President to stay away, NICK BREEZE reports
Donald Trump has threatened to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement. Al Gore is captured in the new film An Inconvenient Sequel looking distressed at the election of Trump in 2016. Here, one of the film's directors tells BRENDAN MONTAGUE how Gore made it clear that he fears Trump is a danger to our planet.
Film directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk spent months with Al Gore observing his climate advocacy behind the scenes and at close hand. BRENDAN MONTAGUE asks about Gore, Trump, the impact of watching the melting glaciers and meeting many of the millions of activists worldwide determined to make a difference.