Diplomats from around the world have gathered in Thailand's capital this week for an additional round of UN climate negotiations. The Bangkok Summit will establish the Rules for the Paris Agreement. ARTHUR WYNS reports from the negotiations
The United States under Donald Trump is today the only country to tear up its commitment to fight climate change under the Paris Accords. But how did the Republican Party respond when the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change first warn about the impacts of rising carbon dioxide? BRENDAN MONTAGUE investigates
Margaret Thatcher was at the height of her premiership when she took to the podium at the United Nations general assembly on the global environment held at the UN building in New York on 8 November 1989, writes BRENDAN MONTAGUE
Climate change negotiations in Germany earlier this month concluded with strong criticism from civil society groups for the lack of progress on regulating the influence of fossil fuel industries on international climate discussions. ANNA PEREZ CATALA from Climate Tracker reports
The UN climate summit, which took place in Germany this month, saw slow but steady progress on setting up the rules to implement the Paris Agreement. ARTHUR WYNS provides a comprehensive summary of the technical UN climate talks
The United Nations’ International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict takes place on November 6. The international community must face up to the reality that protecting the environment from conflict is vital to protect people, argues DOUG WEIR.
Environmental groups were pleased at the end of 2007 when the UN announced that its under-resourced adaptation funds - established to help less-industrialised nations adapt to the effects of climate change - were to receive a cash injection.