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Shell’s board of directors personally sued in world first climate case
The claim filed by environmental law charity ClientEarth has the backing of investors who hold 12 million shares in the company.
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Climate activists pledge to defend German village from being bulldozed
Thousands of climate activists vowed to defend a tiny village in western Germany from being bulldozed to make way for the expansion of a nearby coal mine
G7’s new Climate Club vows to support the global push for net zero
The international club will transform industries to accelerate decarbonisation, G7 promises.
G20 leaders agree to keep 1.5C warming target ‘within reach’
The statement of intent by the world’s biggest economies - and emitters - may provide a boost to bogged down negotiations at COP27.
'We are the future': Young people are leading the way at COP27
“We are trying to have a higher moral compass than the decision makers,” say youth leaders.
COP27: UN climate talks near halftime with key issues unresolved
The two-week climate conference started strong with appeals from world leaders to curb emissions and help developing nations cope with climate change.
Dash for gas following invasion of Ukraine jeopardises climate goals
Planned oil and gas projects could emit 10 per cent of the world's remaining carbon budget.
COP27: We're on a 'highway to climate hell', says UN chief
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said humanity has a choice to either cooperate of perish.
Earth pushed to the brink of climate 'tipping points', scientists say
Global emissions need to be urgently cut to prevent us from heading down the path of runaway climate change.
African leaders demand action on ‘broken promises’ at climate summit
Four EU countries pledged €55 million to the flagship Africa Adaptation Acceleration Program but the funding gap remains wide and key decision-makers were absent.
Shell, BP, Equinox threaten Paris climate goals, warns study
Fossil Fuel companies ‘decarbonisation pathways’ don’t do enough to prevent climate catastrophe, according to a new study.
6 things you need to know about today’s landmark climate change report
It's not too late to tackle global warming - if we act fast enough. Here's the key points from the UN climate change report.
Global warming must be limited to 1.5°C to avoid ‘climate disaster’
"The decisions we make now can secure a liveable future. We have the tools and know-how required to limit warming."
Wind power must gather speed to meet climate goals, report finds
A huge ramp-up in low carbon technology, such as renewable power, is needed if goals set under the 2015 Paris climate agreement are to be met
France fails to meet court deadline over Paris climate deal objectives
Ten days before the French presidential election, Emmanuel Macron's government is accused of failing to address the magnitude of the climate emergency.
Three in four people worldwide want single-use plastics to be banned
If the UN cannot agree on a deal to put the brakes on plastic pollution, there will be widespread ecological damage over coming decades.
Is the Paris Agreement in reach? Experts debunk ‘optimistic’ new study
New study is ‘wrong’ to say worst-case climate scenarios averted, explains expert.