COP22: Russian Government Event Marred by Nuclear Controversy

Daniel V | November 18th, 2016

Activists critical of government’s nuclear policy and intimidation of environmental groups denounce being silenced at panel on low-carbon business activists confront Rosatom executive over nuclear industry’s impacts.

COP22: Raining Fossils

Forrest Watkins | November 15th, 2016

When it rains, it pours – even in arid Marrakech. After a week marked with only two Fossil of the Day awards, on the eighth day of UN climate change

Germany breaks free from fossil fuels

Laima Politajs | May 16th, 2016

Starting on May 14 the coal diggers stood still for 48 hours as a mass of activists in white overalls stepped into the bizarre lunar landscape of the lignite mine

COP21: We Have a Deal

admin | December 12th, 2015

The world has a climate agreement – a legally binding, somewhat ambitious, global pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit global temperature rises to “well below 2°C.” United Nations

The New Boundaries of Warming

David Gawith | December 12th, 2015

The gavel has dropped on the most significant climate agreement of recent times. The final version of the Paris Agreement has the stated objective of holding the increase in global temperatures

State of Play: Out From The Shadows

Hamish M | December 11th, 2015

Six years, almost to the day, since the failure of the Copenhagen talks, agreement is beginning to emerge in Paris with a deal set to be sealed within hours. Two

Fossil Fuel Lobbyists: Peddling Fantasies in Paris

Holly Dove | December 11th, 2015

While negotiators work hard to deliver a binding climate agreement in Paris this week, there is another group of actors working just as hard to make sure fossil fuels stay

“Dangerous and Deadly” – Scientists Slam Paris Text

Hamish M | December 10th, 2015

As the Paris climate talks surge towards a final agreement, a group of the world’s top climate scientists have gathered to slam the latest draft text. Negotiations for a new