By John Vidal
Report shows vast forest, shared by India and Bangladesh, is being rapidly destroyed by environmental change.
Posted by Nancy Birdsall and Lawrence MacDonald
Brics nations have the means and motivation to create a climate agency that could act and research instead of just arguing.
The reinvigorated President can push forward at home but will need a grand bargain with China to deliver internationally.
First published on The Conversation
Does the country's record-breaking heatwave have something to do with climate change?
By James Anderson and Ronald Sandler
What do we mean when we talk about the imminent hreat of rapid and irreversible climate change?
And what ethical responsibilities do we — especially those of us in the societies most responsible for the emission of destabilizing greenhouse gases — have in the face of that threat?
Harvard chemist James Anderson and Northeastern philosopher Ronald Sandler examine the interplay of science and ethics as Cognoscenti and the Open Classroom kick off our series Climate Change. Challenges. Solutions.
By Fred Pearce
The UK's Met Office has downgraded its forecast for warming at the Earth's surface over the next five years. Headlines this week announced that global warming is "at a standstill". Climate sceptics crowed. But the Met Office said the outlook for later in the century remains unchanged. New Scientist looks at the facts
By John Parnell
After a year of extreme weather, political climate silence and stormy economic conditions, can we look forward to another year of the same in 2013?
By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle
OSLO (Reuters) - West Antarctica is warming almost twice as fast as previously believed, adding to worries of a thaw that would add to sea level rise from San Francisco to Shanghai, a study showed on Sunday.