Glass Wings Blog: Climate

1 billion people left dangerously exposed to heat stress by gaps in climate monitoring
10 Facts That Prove the World Is in a Climate Emergency
10 ways the climate crisis and nature loss are linked
15,000 Scientists Warn Society Could 'Collapse' This Century In Dire Climate Report
5 reasons why climate change may see more of us turn to alcohol and other drugs
6 books to help talk to your child about climate change
A Climate Change Success Story? Look at Hoboken.
A naturalist finds hope despite climate change in an era he calls 'The End of Eden'
A new climate change report offers something unique: hope
A Peruvian farmer is trying to hold energy giant RWE responsible for climate change – the inside story of his groundbreaking court case
A Power Grid Long Enough to Reach the Sun Is Key to the Climate Fight
A prefab building revolution can help resolve both the climate and housing crises
A ‘Tape Recorder for the Planet’: What Natural History Museums Bring to the Climate Fight
‘A Trojan horse of legitimacy’: Shell launches a ‘climate tech’ startup advertising jobs in oil and gas
'A Watershed Moment': California Sues Big Oil Over Decades of Climate Destruction
‘Absolute scandal’: UAE state oil firm able to read Cop28 climate summit emails
‘Absolutely perverse’: climate scheme could reward Australian coalmines whose emissions rise
Adam Bandt urges Australians to ‘embrace’ civil disobedience and join climate protests
Addressing climate change with behavioral science: A global intervention tournament in 63 countries
African Climate Summit: An opportunity to decolonise Africa’s energy
African countries at COP28: several big wins and a united voice
After 30 years of waiting, Cop28 deal addresses the elephant in the room
‘The age of fossil fuels will end’: Australia’s Chris Bowen hails Cop28 agreement
Agreement on loss and damage deal reached on first day of Cop28 talks
Almost Half The Planet Predicted to Enter New Climate Zones by 2100
Amazon tipping point: Up to 47% forest threatened by climate change and deforestation, study warns
American bison reintroduced to northern Mexico helping to fight climate change
Another day, another roadblock: how should NZ law deal with disruptive climate protests?
Arctic rivers face big changes with a warming climate, permafrost thaw and an accelerating water cycle − the effects will have global consequences
As climate change warms rivers, they are running out of breath – and so could the plants and animals they harbor
As heat records break, the climate movement has the right answers – but the words are all wrong
As school students strike for climate once more, here’s how the movement and its tactics have changed
At Sahara’s edge, old habits protect crops from new climate
The Atlantic is at risk of circulation collapse – it would mean even greater climate chaos across Europe
Atlantic Ocean is headed for a tipping point − once melting glaciers shut down the Gulf Stream, we would see extreme climate change within decades, study shows
Australian homes can be made climate-ready, reducing bills and emissions – a new report shows how
Australian music festivals are increasingly affected by climate change. But is the industry doing enough to mitigate its impact?
Australian sport runs financial and legal risks due to climate inaction, new report warns
Australia’s emissions must decline more steeply to reach climate commitment: OECD
Australia’s offer of climate migration to Tuvalu residents is groundbreaking – and could be a lifeline across the Pacific
Australia's year ahead in climate and environment — the good, the bad and the controversial
The Beetaloo gas field is a climate bomb. How did CSIRO modelling make it look otherwise?
Better than net zero? Making the promised 1.2 million homes climate-friendly would transform construction in Australia
Biden uses executive power to create a New Deal-style American Climate Corps
Big oil quietly walks back on climate pledges as global heat records tumble
Bill McKibben: Climate Crisis Needs Urgent Action as Earth Records Hottest Temps Ever
Blue carbon: could a solution to the climate challenge be buried in the depths of fiords?
The Board of Lockheed Martin Has Spoken: Climate Change May Proceed
Britain’s next election could be a climate change culture war
Brussels recommends new EU climate target: a 90% cut of all greenhouse gas emissions by 2040
Buckled lines and landslides: How climate change is hitting Europe’s rail industry
Bushfires focus public attention on climate change for months, but it’s different for storms and floods
Can a Tiny Restaurant Surcharge Move the Needle on Climate?
Can we be inoculated against climate misinformation? Yes – if we prebunk rather than debunk
Canada must stop treating climate disasters like unexpected humanitarian crises
Cancelling Antarctic climate research will damage Australia’s reputation, experts say
Carbon Pricing Is A Big Broom That Sweeps Up A Lot Of Climate Problems
The chickadee in the snowbank: A ‘canary in the coal mine’ for climate change in the Sierra Nevada mountains
China continues coal spree despite climate goals
China is pumping out carbon emissions as if COVID never happened. That’s bad news for the climate crisis
China Takes Its Climate Fight to the Rooftops
Chris Bowen warns global heating will fuel political instability in annual climate statement
Cities are advertising themselves as ‘climate havens.’ Experts say there’s no such thing
Citing Climate Impacts and Grizzly Bear Mortality, Judge Halts Yaak Logging Project
Climate Action Game Changers: The Solar Story
Climate adaptation projects sometimes exacerbate the problems they try to solve – a new tool hopes to correct that
The Climate Book By Greta Thunberg
The climate cafe helping eco-anxious Africans find hope amid the heat
Climate change: alarming Africa-wide report predicts 30% drop in crop revenue, 50 million without water
Climate change and nature loss are our biggest environmental problems - so why isn’t the market tackling them together?
Climate change believers are more likely to cooperate with strangers, new research finds
Climate change can drive social tipping points – for better or for worse
Climate change: China sets stage for more of its transport to run on solar energy
Climate change: China's green power surge offers hope on warming
Climate Change is a Bigger Existential Threat Than AI
Climate change is about to play a big role in government purchases – with vast implications for the US economy
Climate Change Is Causing The Upper Atmosphere To Cool, And The Side Effects Are Terrifying
Climate Change Is Coming for Your Favorite Condiments
Climate change is disrupting ocean currents. We’re using satellites and ships to understand how
Climate change is driving a global youth revolution
Climate change is fanning the flames of NZ’s wildfire future. Port Hills is only the beginning
Climate change is forcing Australians to weigh up relocating. How do they make that difficult decision?
Climate change threatens Germany's fairy tale forests
Climate change threatens the rights of children. The UN just outlined the obligations states have to protect them
Climate change threatens to cause ‘synchronised harvest failures’ across the globe, with implications for Australia’s food security
Climate change threatens to swamp suburbs. Now comes the brawl over what to do about it
The climate change we caused is here for at least 50,000 years – and probably far longer
The Climate Change We've Already Created Will Last 50,000 Years, Scientists Warn
Climate change will affect solar power and grid stability across Australia – here’s how
Climate change will strike Australia’s precious World Heritage sites – and Indigenous knowledge is a key defence
Climate complacency: study finds even the most informed people would rather take the easy option
Climate crisis: Australia must ready for ‘devastating’ regional disruption, MPs told
Climate crisis: carbon emissions budget is now tiny, scientists say
Climate crisis: what to consider if you’re questioning whether to have children
Climate damage is worsening faster than expected, but there’s still reason for optimism – 4 essential reads on the IPCC report
Climate expert ‘sacked’ after refusing flight to Germany over carbon emissions
Climate isn’t a distraction from the military’s job of war fighting. It’s front and centre
Climate litigation is on the rise around the world and Australia is at the head of the pack
Climate Pledges Reach Threshold to Keep Warming Below 2C
Climate scientist Mark Maslin: ‘We have all the technology we need to move to a cleaner, renewable world’
Climate TRACE
‘Climate villain’: scientists say Rupert Murdoch wielded his media empire to sow confusion and doubt
Climate-conscious investors put nuclear dead last on list of desirable Australian ventures
Climate-friendly beef? Argentina’s new ‘carbon-neutral’ certification could help reduce livestock emissions – if it’s done right
Climate-related disasters leave behind trauma and worse mental health. Housing uncertainty is a major reason why
Climate-stressed Iraq says will plant 5 million trees
Coal mine climate change case challenges the government's use of 'drug dealer's defence' on emissions
Community Fridges Combat Both Hunger and Climate Change
Concern for the Great Barrier Reef can inspire climate action - but the way we talk about it matters
Conflict between humans and wildlife in Tanzania is being poorly managed – and climate change is making things worse
Conservatives have already written a climate plan for Trump’s second term
Cookies and candy are latest victims of climate crisis as sugar prices surge
COP28: 7 food and agriculture innovations needed to protect the climate and feed a rapidly growing world
COP28: a year on from climate change funding breakthrough, poor countries eye disappointment at Dubai summit
The COP28 climate agreement is a step backwards on fossil fuels
COP28 Climate Stocktake: An Alarming Reality Check
COP28 climate summit just approved a ‘loss and damage’ fund. What does this mean?
COP28 deal confirms what Australia already knows: coal is out of vogue and out of time
Cop28 draft climate deal criticised as ‘grossly insufficient’ and ‘incoherent’
COP28: Earth’s frozen zones are in trouble – we’re already seeing the consequences
COP28: health is finally on the agenda – but there’s more to do as we face continued climate extremes
Cop28 host UAE breaking its own ban on routine gas flaring, data shows
Cop28 host UAE has world’s biggest climate-busting oil plans, data indicates
COP28 host UAE pledges to triple renewables
COP28: How 7 policies could help save a billion lives by 2100
COP28: inside the United Arab Emirates, the oil giant hosting 2023 climate change summit
COP28 president is wrong – science clearly shows fossil fuels must go (and fast)
COP28: Turning the tap off slowly – why Australia’s decision to end overseas fossil fuel finance matters
COP28: Why China’s clean energy boom matters for global climate action
COP28: with a ‘loss and damage’ fund in place, protecting climate refugees is more urgent than ever
Could the law of the sea be used to protect small island states from climate change?
Dangerous climate tipping points will affect Australia. The risks are real and cannot be ignored
Darwin’s ‘sustainable’ Middle Arm project reveals Australia’s huge climate policy gamble
Dead saplings reveal climate risks to forests
Denial is over. Climate change is happening. But why do we still act like it’s not?
Despairing about climate change? These 4 charts on the unstoppable growth of solar may change your mind
Devastating drought in Amazon result of climate crisis, study shows
The difficult necessity of claiming climate victories
Do phrases like ‘global boiling’ help or hinder climate action?
‘Does rewilding sort climate change? Yes!’: UK expert says nature can save planet and not harm farming
Dramatic climate action needed to curtail ‘crazy’ extreme weather
Dutch Caribbean islanders sue Netherlands over climate change
Earth on Brink of Five Catastrophic Climate Tipping Points, Report Warns
Eco-concrete is Cementing Itself as a Climate Solution
Electrifying Everything Everywhere All At Once Is Key Climate Wedge
Elephant teeth: how they evolved to cope with climate change-driven dietary shifts
Emergency viewing: 15 must-see films about the climate crisis
Ending Nigeria’s fuel subsidy pushes a shift to solar. Without a climate plan, progress is at risk
Environmental and youth groups win climate court case against the Norwegian State
Environmental disasters and climate change force people to cross borders, but they’re not recognised as refugees – they should be
EU to ban ‘climate neutral’ claims by 2026
European heatwave: what’s causing it and is climate change to blame?
EY Oceania accused of potential conflict of interest over government contracts on climate policy
Eye on Climate Goals, China Names 15 Cities as New Energy Hubs
Facing floods: What the world can learn from Bangladesh's climate solutions
Failure of Cop28 on fossil fuel phase-out is ‘devastating’, say scientists
Faster disaster: climate change fuels ‘flash droughts’, intense downpours and storms
The Federal Reserve Is Catastrophically Wrong About Climate Change
Flood protection based on historical records is flawed – we need a risk model fit for climate change
Flying drones and chasing data, Indigenous women in Guyana join fight against climate change
Food prices will climb everywhere as temperatures rise due to climate change – new research
Food Shortages From Climate Crisis Expected in Decades, Experts Fear
For Indigenous Peoples With Deep Ties to the Land, Climate Change Is Personal
Fossil fuel firms could be tried in US for homicide over climate-related deaths, experts say
Fossil fuel giants play home ground advantage as climate COP despairs about 1.5°C
Fossil fuel projects awaiting approval could blow Australia’s ‘carbon budget’ tenfold, climate groups say
Friday essay: if the world’s systems are ‘already cracking’ due to climate change, is there a post-doom silver lining?
From COVID to climate: Queensland’s new emissions pledge shows state governments are once again leading change
Fury after Exxon chief says public to blame for climate failures
Gaia And The Climate Emergency
Gamechangers: the sports stars speaking out on the climate
German supermarket trials charging true climate cost of foods
Getting the Soil Right: How Carbon Farming Combats Climate Change
Giant kelp forests on Tasman Peninsula survive marine heatwave, brings 'hope' amid climate change
Giga-scale desert region solar plants may have positive climate impact
Global climate policy forecast predicts ‘well below 2°C’ Paris Agreement climate goals will be met
Globally representative evidence on the actual and perceived support for climate action
Go Ahead and Call Me a Climate Change Doomer
Good Cop, bad Cop: what the Cop28 agreement says and what it means
Good news for climate comes from the world’s greatest user of coal
Goolwa research centre to focus on climate change solutions for Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth
Governments and environmental groups are turning to international courts to address the impacts of climate change — podcast
Governments looked at the climate crisis – and decided to persecute the activists
Green growth or degrowth: what is the right way to tackle climate change?
Greenpeace legal action alleges Woodside lied about climate performance
Greenpeace opposes nuclear energy. Young climate activists say that's 'old-fashioned'
Group therapy helps scientists cope with challenging ‘climate emotions’
Half of Bangladeshi drinking water is polluted with arsenic - and climate change is making it worse
The hard right and climate catastrophe are intimately linked. This is how
Hard-fought COP28 agreement suggests the days of fossil fuels are numbered – but climate catastrophe is not yet averted
Have some economists severely underestimated the financial hit from climate change? Recent evidence suggests yes
Hawaii’s climate future: Dry regions get drier with global warming, increasing fire risk
Helping the Pacific financially is a great start – but Australia must act on the root cause of the climate crisis
Herd of puppets to trek 20,000km to highlight urgency of climate crisis
Here’s how to fix Australia’s approach to soil carbon credits so they really count towards our climate goals
Home insurance bills are soaring as climate risks grow. The government should step in
‘Hope has to be a strategy’: the scientist who refused to let the climate warmongers win
Hosting Cop in 2026 could be the incentive Australia needs to turbocharge climate action
How 5 Young Women in Montana Scored a Landmark Climate Victory
How AI is helping airlines mitigate the climate impact of contrails
How Australia’s huge superannuation funds can do much more to fight climate change, with a little help
How Big Oil Is Hijacking The Climate Conference
How Children’s TV Is Helping Families Grapple With the Climate Crisis
How climate change could affect the microbes that ferment grapes and give wine its specific flavours
How climate change is altering Sami language
How climate change is causing a communication breakdown in the animal world
How Climate Change is Fueling Stronger Hurricanes
How climate change will affect your pet – and how to help them cope
How electricity could help tackle a surprising climate villain
How fossil fuel companies won COP28
‘How long before climate change will destroy the Earth?’: research reveals what Australian kids want to know about our warming world
How one student forced the government to admit the economic risks of climate change
How reindeer help fight climate change
How should we teach climate change in schools? It starts with ‘turbo charging’ teacher education
How the livestock industry has shaped climate policy
How tiger conservation in India may be helping to mitigate climate change
How to beat ‘rollout rage’: the environment-versus-climate battle dividing regional Australia
How to Prepare to Lose Your Home in a Climate Disaster
How to protect people displaced by the climate crisis
How wealthy "super emitters" are disproportionately driving the climate crisis — while blaming you
Humanity’s tipping point? How the Queen’s death stole a climate warning’s thunder
HVDC Transmission Is A Key Climate Wedge & Spreading Rapidly
‘I tend to be very gentle’: how teachers are navigating climate change in the classroom
Idea of green growth losing traction among climate policy researchers, survey of nearly 800 academics reveals
If I was feeling hopeless about the climate, what of the scientists? So I asked them
I’m a Climate Scientist. I’m Not Screaming Into the Void Anymore.
‘I’m all for climate change’: Axel Springer CEO faces heat over leaked messages
In Oregon Timber Country, a Town Buys the Surrounding Forests to Confront Climate-Driven Wildfires
India’s Report Card Against Short List Of Climate Actions Is Better Than Most Realize
Inside the Campaign That Put an Oil Boss in Charge of a Climate Summit
Insurers pull back as US climate catastrophes intensify
The IPCC’s calls for emissions cuts have gone unheeded for too long – should it change the way it reports on climate change?
Is climate change outpacing our ability to predict extreme heatwaves?
Is nuclear the answer to Australia’s climate crisis?
Is the Economic System Incompatible with Climate Action?
It is time to draw down carbon dioxide but shut down moves to play God with the climate
It's not all bad news: Wonderful and wild stories about tackling climate change
‘It’s not game over – it’s game on’: why 2024 is an inflection point for the climate crisis
It’s not just climate – we’ve already breached most of the Earth’s limits. A safer, fairer future means treading lightly
It’s time to rethink the climate emergency narrative
Japan’s haiku poets lost for words as climate crisis disrupts seasons
Jo Brand translated my science. I’m certain that comedy can connect people to climate change
Jordan’s Bedouins take on the struggles of climate change
Judge Rules in Favor of Montana Youths in a Landmark Climate Case
July was world’s hottest month on record, climate scientists confirm
Luminous ‘mother-of-pearl’ clouds explain why climate models miss so much Arctic and Antarctic warming
Made in America: how Biden’s climate package is fuelling the global drive to net zero
Maine’s puffin colonies recovering in the face of climate change
The Maldives As Microcosm Of Climate Collapse
Marshall Islands, a nation at the heart of global shipping, fights for climate justice
Media coverage of climate change research does not inspire action, say scientists
Meet the Shadowy Global Network Vilifying Climate Protesters
Megafires are increasing with climate change, experts say — but could the emissions they pump out change the climate?
Migrant numbers are rising: conflict, climate and harassment are forcing tens of millions to leave their homes
Moments of hope and resilience from the climate frontlines
Most people already think climate change is ‘here and now’, despite what we’ve been told
Nearly two-thirds of the top fossil fuel producers in Australia and the world aren’t on track for 1.5℃ climate target
New grant program asks residents to ‘throw shade,’ foster climate resiliency in Flint
New study helps solve a 30-year-old puzzle: how is climate change affecting El Niño and La Niña?
New Zealand joins Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme, focuses on digital, climate, health and other areas
The Next Climate Perception Battle
The Next Six Years Will Make or Break Our Climate Goal of 1.5°C Warming
No climate for cricket: how global warming is putting the heat on NZ’s summer game
No more chocolate, coffee or wine? ‘Last supper’ shows stakes of climate crisis
‘No normal seasons any more’: seed farmers struggle amid the climate crisis
‘No one wants to be right about this’: climate scientists’ horror and exasperation as global predictions play out
North Queensland’s record-breaking floods are a frightening portent of what’s to come under climate change
Not all carbon-capture projects pay off for the climate – we mapped the pros and cons of each and found clear winners and losers
Not the End of the World by Hannah Ritchie review – an optimist’s guide to the climate crisis
NSW push to stop climate protesters livestreaming on Facebook labelled ‘profoundly anti-democratic’
NT government accused of lying about meeting climate condition before it greenlit ‘carbon bomb’ Beetaloo fracking
Nuclear War Would Be Worse For Our Climate Than Predicted in The Cold War
The NZ ad industry wants to clean up its climate act – but will agencies drop their fossil fuel clients?
The NZ aviation industry is making bold climate claims – and risking anti-greenwashing litigation
NZ climate activist faces up to 10 years in prison over fake letter saying fossil fuel event cancelled
Oceans absorb 30% of our emissions, driven by a huge carbon pump. Tiny marine animals are key to working out its climate impacts
‘Off-the-charts records’: has humanity finally broken the climate?
On a climate rollercoaster: how Australia’s environment fared in the world’s hottest year
One Climate Action that Really Matters: Buy an EV
One Huge Contradiction Is Undoing Our Best Climate Efforts
One of NZ’s most contentious climate cases is moving forward. And the world is watching
Opec rails against fossil fuel phase-out at Cop28 in leaked letters
Our minds handle risk strangely – and that’s partly why we delayed climate action so long
Our new high-resolution climate models are a breakthrough in understanding Australia’s future
Our tropical fruits are vulnerable to climate change. Can we make them resilient in time?
Overcoming the climate crisis with trade-based strategies
Paris Plans to Plant Trees That Can Survive Climate Change
People working on climate solutions are facing a big obstacle: conspiracy theories
Plans to present meat as ‘sustainable nutrition’ at Cop28 revealed
Plants are likely to absorb more CO₂ in a changing climate than we thought – here’s why
Plastic action or distraction? As climate change bears down, calls to reduce plastic pollution are not wasted
Pocock seeks to impose duty of care on Australian government over climate harm
Polar bears may struggle to produce milk for their cubs as climate change melts sea ice
Poorer countries must be compensated for climate damage. But how exactly do we crunch the numbers?
Potty Trained Cows Are No Joke for the Climate
The public history, climate change present, and possible future of Australia’s botanic gardens
Q&A: What does the EU ‘nature restoration’ law mean for climate and biodiversity?
The race to build climate-resilient coral reefs
Reconsidering Watership Down Going Into COP28
Record low Antarctic sea ice is another alarming sign the ocean’s role as climate regulator is changing
Remember the climate map from your school atlas? Here’s what climate change is doing to it
Savanna & grassland carbon storage slows climate change
Saving the forests won’t be enough to stop climate change — we need substantial emission cuts
School’s out: how climate change is already badly affecting children’s education
Shipping Contributes Heavily to Climate Change. Are Green Ships the Solution?
The Short List Of Climate Actions That Will Work
Six Portuguese youth take 32 nations to European court over climate change
Sky News Australia’s Outsiders breached industry code for accuracy on climate science, media watchdog finds
Slowing ocean current caused by melting Antarctic ice could have drastic climate impact, study says
‘Smoking gun proof’: fossil fuel industry knew of climate danger as early as 1954, documents show
Stopping Trillions In Subsidies To The Fossil Fuel Industry Is Key To Climate Action
Storing Electricity On The Grid Is Part Of Climate Short List
Study: 58% of world's richest companies quietly lobby against climate policies
Study: Climate change causing more ‘heat stress’ in Europe
Suddenly, the US is a climate policy trendsetter
Sydney’s drinking water quality under threat from climate crisis, report finds
Talk About It: How Climate Conversation Groups Inspire Action
Teen activist Anjali Sharma wages war on government climate inaction from dorm room
There was some good climate news in 2023. Really.
There’s a buzz about ‘sustainable’ fuels – but they cannot solve aviation’s colossal climate woes
These conservation-minded Illinois farmers are in a race against climate change to save their soil
‘They are despairing’: climate crisis weighs heavy on mental health of young Australians
This Louisiana town moved to escape climate-linked disaster
This Northern Manhattan Wetland Has Faced Climate-Change Induced Erosion and Sea Level Rise. A Living Shoreline Has Reimagined the Space
Threat from climate change to some of India’s sacred pilgrimage sites is reshaping religious beliefs
Tim Flannery’s message to all: rise up and become a climate leader – be the change we need so desperately
Tired of feeling hopeless about climate change? Take a look at these charts.
Too hard basket: why climate change is defeating our political system
Too late now to save Arctic summer ice, climate scientists find
Tourists flock to the Mediterranean as if the climate crisis isn’t happening. This year’s heat and fire will force change
Two charts in Australia’s 2023 climate statement show we are way off track for net zero by 2050
‘Two extinction rebellions’: Climate and migration fears to shape EU election, study says
Two Psychologists Say Your Climate Anxiety Isn't Actually About Personal Risk
'Underground Climate Change' Threatens to Destabilize Buildings
UN’s ‘global stocktake’ on climate offers a sobering emissions reckoning − but there are also signs of progress
The unsafe Safeguard Mechanism: how carbon credits could blow up Australia’s main climate policy
US banks abandon ‘bare minimum’ environmental standards project, alarming climate groups
US climate envoy meets Chinese counterpart on hottest ever day in China
Victoria’s fire alert has knocked Australians out of complacency. Under climate change, catastrophic bushfires can strike any time
Visibility, Connection, and Community: How we create change and stay safe in a hostile political climate
‘We are gambling with the future of our planet for the sake of hamburgers’: Peter Singer on climate change
We are watching the brutal reality of what climate scientists told us would happen. How will we respond?
‘We don’t know what tomorrow will bring’: how climate change is affecting Fijians’ mental health
We just blew past 1.5 degrees. Game over on climate? Not yet
We want more climate ambition in our foreign policy – here’s how we can do it
Weather experts in Midwest say climate change reporting brings burnout and threats
The West Australian goes big on Woodside’s ‘keeping lights on’ claim but keeps readers in dark on climate
What a U.S.-China Climate Deal Means for COP28
What ancient farmers can really teach us about adapting to climate change – and how political power influences success or failure
What Does Reproductive Health Have to Do With Climate Vulnerability?
What El Niño means for the world’s perilous climate tipping points
What Happens to Greenland if We Miss Climate Targets? You Likely Don't Want to Know
What if debt was written off to protect climate and nature?
What makes a good parent? Is acting on climate change as important as love and bedtime stories?
What to wear for a climate crisis
‘Whatever it takes’: the activists who risk prison to shatter Australia’s climate complacency
‘Where did I go wrong?’ The scientist who tried to raise the climate alarm
Who Will Manage the US Climate Retreat?
Why A Great Teacher Is Critical In A Climate Crisis
Why are people still flying to climate conferences by private jet?
Why are so many climate records breaking all at once?
Why Australia urgently needs a climate plan and a Net Zero National Cabinet Committee to implement it
Why is Australia having such a warm winter? A climate expert explains
Why Landfills Make For a Colossal Climate Change Nightmare
Why renewed China-US cooperation bodes well for climate action
Why the shipping industry’s increased climate ambition spells the end for its fossil fuel use
Why young workers are leaving fossil fuel jobs – and what to do if you feel like ‘climate quitting’
Wildfire smoke and dirty air are also climate change problems: Solutions for a world on fire
Wind and solar pose climate threat too, oil giant Saudi Arabia argues
Woodside LNG: Australia’s ‘biggest’ contribution to climate crisis a step closer to 50-year extension
The world is still falling short on limiting climate change, according to U.N. report
The world’s fish are shrinking as the climate warms. We’re trying to figure out why
World’s oldest moss could go extinct as a result of climate crisis
Yes, climate change is bringing bushfires more often. But some ecosystems in Australia are suffering the most
‘Your heart races a bit’: US weather man threatened with death for mentioning climate crisis
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