Weird. Strange. Extreme. Unprecedented. These are some of the words that describe what’s been happening in the Arctic over the past year.
Bulletin of Atomic Scientists turned the hands of the Doomsday clock to two-and-a-half minutes to midnight, the closest the clock has been to midnight since 1953.
Obama sees the world as at a tipping point and that a clean energy revolution is already underway.
Two new studies of different ice shelves have seen major melting that could portend a less stable future for the region.
Report shows network of governments, funds, organisations, philanthropies and individuals representing $5.2trn in assets divesting from fossil fuel companies.
From next year Google will purchase 100 per cent of the energy it uses from renewable sources, mostly wind and solar. Because it is cheaper.
Intense warmth in both the air and oceans is driving the mini-meltdown at a time when Arctic sea ice should be rapidly growing.
NGOs gearing up to battle Trump on a host of issues, including climate change, may have more public support than ever.
The greenhouse gas emissions reductions countries have pledged aren’t nearly enough to meet the Paris goal.
September 2016 ends a streak of 16 consecutive record-setting hot months in NOAA’s dataset. The run of planetary heat has rewritten the record books.