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COP28: Head of UN talks hits back at climate denial claims
The head of the UN climate talks in Dubai says "everything" he is doing is centred on science.
4 December 2023, 1:38pm

How scientists are fighting climate-fuelled disease
As leaders gather in Dubai for the UN climate summit, experts say global warming is having a ‘profound effect' on health.
3 December 2023, 12:12am

Climate change: The young activists changing the sceptics' minds
Engaging with climate sceptics can be a challenge - but some people are trying to change their minds.
2 December 2023, 12:48am

COP28 president denies using summit for oil deals
A BBC report said the UAE planned to use its role as host of UN climate talks to strike oil and gas deals.
29 November 2023, 3:38pm

Climate summit in an oil state: can COP28 change anything?
The big issues facing global leaders gathering for the world's most important climate summit.
29 November 2023, 5:32pm

What is COP28 in Dubai and why is it important?
The latest climate change summit follows a year of weather extremes and broken temperature records.
30 November 2023, 3:31pm

Poor countries win fight for climate cash at COP28
COP28 president Sultan al-Jaber pulled off an unexpected victory securing long-awaited climate disaster help.
30 November 2023, 5:40pm

Toxic gas putting millions at risk in Middle East, BBC finds
The UAE, hosts of the COP28 climate summit, is breaking its own ban on gas flaring, the BBC finds.
28 November 2023, 2:14pm

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Steven Chu: 'Wall Street analysts are totally amoral' on climate - Financial Times
Steven Chu: 'Wall Street analysts are totally amoral' on climate  Financial Times
27 May 2024, 4:00am

Current Climate: Extreme Heat Hits Miami, New Delhi And Mexico's Tropical Forests - Forbes
Current Climate: Extreme Heat Hits Miami, New Delhi And Mexico's Tropical Forests  Forbes
27 May 2024, 12:00pm

On Australia’s climate and extinction crises, the major parties both have questions to answer - The Guardian
On Australia’s climate and extinction crises, the major parties both have questions to answer  The Guardian
28 May 2024, 12:45am

How the climate establishment went to war over net zero jargon - The Telegraph
How the climate establishment went to war over net zero jargon  The Telegraph
27 May 2024, 8:05am

Climate: MPs cast doubt on Stormont meeting net zero target - BBC
Climate: MPs cast doubt on Stormont meeting net zero target  BBC
27 May 2024, 6:38am

Caribbean leader blasts 'empty' climate promises at small islands summit - Reuters.com
Caribbean leader blasts 'empty' climate promises at small islands summit  Reuters.com
27 May 2024, 7:35pm

After Planting Millions of Trees, New Zealand Reviews Controversial Climate Fix - Bloomberg
After Planting Millions of Trees, New Zealand Reviews Controversial Climate Fix  Bloomberg
27 May 2024, 10:00pm

NASA Launches Small Climate Satellite to Study Earth's Poles - NASA
NASA Launches Small Climate Satellite to Study Earth's Poles  NASA
25 May 2024, 3:07pm

Climate change is moving tree populations away from the soil fungi that sustain them - Phys.org
Climate change is moving tree populations away from the soil fungi that sustain them  Phys.org
27 May 2024, 8:00pm

Europe's missing climate marches – Euractiv - EURACTIV
Europe's missing climate marches – Euractiv  EURACTIV
27 May 2024, 4:01am

Opinion | The Stench of Climate Change Denial - The New York Times
Opinion | The Stench of Climate Change Denial  The New York Times
28 May 2024, 12:00am

UN climate summit in Baku risks being again co-opted by fossil fuels, US lawmakers say - Financial Times
UN climate summit in Baku risks being again co-opted by fossil fuels, US lawmakers say  Financial Times
25 May 2024, 6:01am

Is climate change making turbulence worse? - BBC.com
Is climate change making turbulence worse?  BBC.com
22 May 2024, 1:44pm

EU election 2024: What the manifestos say on energy and climate change - Carbon Brief
EU election 2024: What the manifestos say on energy and climate change  Carbon Brief
24 May 2024, 11:50am

Climate change, housing are cities' top challenges ahead of European election, mayors say - POLITICO Europe
Climate change, housing are cities' top challenges ahead of European election, mayors say  POLITICO Europe
23 May 2024, 1:21pm

New research flags the urgent need for research and evidence on the impact of climate change on neglected tropical ... - World Health Organization (WHO)
New research flags the urgent need for research and evidence on the impact of climate change on neglected tropical ...  World Health Organization (WHO)
22 May 2024, 3:57pm

World has ‘moral responsibility’ to help small island states survive climate crisis – UN agency chief - The Guardian
World has ‘moral responsibility’ to help small island states survive climate crisis – UN agency chief  The Guardian
27 May 2024, 9:23pm

How Joe Biden's climate push fell flat with Gen Z voters - Financial Times
How Joe Biden's climate push fell flat with Gen Z voters  Financial Times
27 May 2024, 11:00am

Net zero: MPs cast doubt on Stormont meeting climate target - BBC.com
Net zero: MPs cast doubt on Stormont meeting climate target  BBC.com
27 May 2024, 6:01am

Sunak backtracked on climate policies – and voters may punish him - The Guardian
Sunak backtracked on climate policies – and voters may punish him  The Guardian
23 May 2024, 6:00am

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In Antigua, island youth build ‘wall of commitment’ to turn tide against climate crisis
It may be built out of recyclable cardboard boxes, but when world leaders officially open the Fourth International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS4) on Monday, one of the manifestations of young people’s hopes for a better future that will greet them is a solid “wall of commitment” imploring them to take more action against the ravages of climate change.
26 May 2024, 1:00pm

‘Be part of the plan’ to end nature loss on Biodiversity Day
The diversity of animals, plants and microorganisms on the planet is at risk due to factors such as changing land use, urbanization, overexploitation, pollution and climate change, the UN said on Wednesday, calling for action now to protect a million species from extinction. 
22 May 2024, 1:00pm

Another climate record: Extreme heat, hurricanes, droughts ravage Latin America and Caribbean
2023 saw another climate record tumble, with Latin America and the Caribbean registering their hottest ever recorded temperatures, according to the UN’s weather monitoring agency.
8 May 2024, 1:00pm

‘Our voices need to be included’: Trinidadian youth make case for strong role in climate negotiations
Trinidad and Tobago is described as one of the “frontline States”, those nations that are most severely affected by the impact of the climate emergency, and youth activists are among the most prominent voices in the country calling for stronger action to combat the crisis, both at home and abroad.
4 May 2024, 1:00pm

UN chief calls for all hands on deck at Climate Promise 2025 launch
Top UN officials launched a fresh global campaign to tackle the climate emergency on Tuesday, with social media influencers, Indigenous leaders and corporate giants showing what they’ve done and what’s to come.
23 April 2024, 1:00pm

WMO report: Asia hit hardest by climate change and extreme weather
Asia remained the world’s most disaster-affected region in 2023 due to weather, climate and water-related hazards. Storms and floods have hit the hardest, a new report published by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) on Tuesday reveals.
23 April 2024, 1:00pm

Heatwave deaths increased across almost all Europe in 2023, says UN weather agency
Climate change shocks caused record levels of disruption and misery for millions in Europe in 2023 with widespread flooding and severe heatwaves – a new normal which countries must adapt to as a priority, the UN weather agency said on Monday. 
22 April 2024, 1:00pm

Indigenous Kalinago lead the way towards making Dominica ‘climate resilient’
Dominica aims to become the world’s first “climate-resilient" nation, and the indigenous Kalinago people are playing a leading role in developing the country and helping its people to thrive in the face of the climate emergency.
16 April 2024, 1:00pm

Fishers in Madagascar adapt to deadly seas due to climate change
Fishing communities in the south of Madagascar are facing sometimes deadly sea conditions due to climate change, but with the help of the UN’s International Labour Organization (ILO) are finding ways to adapt to the new circumstances they face.
13 April 2024, 1:00pm

Stories from the UN Archive: A seminal moment for youth climate action
“What you do makes me cry at night,” 13-year-old Severn Cullis-Suzuki told the 1992 Earth Summit in Brazil in a message that resonates today as the world grapples with climate change.
27 March 2024, 12:00pm

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