The effects of climate change are destroying lives, environments and livelihoods around the world
Melting snow cover and the exposure of "dark earth" is behind the acceleration of warming
Does worrying about overpopulation let the rich off the hook about the climate crisis?
How did climate change scepticism go mainstream in Russia?
The journey from catwalk, to wardrobe, to landfill is getting shorter and shorter
Saudi Arabia says it’s going green. But will the reality live up to the rhetoric?
Unearthing the truth behind some of the biggest pieces of climate change disinformation
In the 1980s, world leaders acted quickly to stop an environmental catastrophe
Climate conference: Last chance to save the world’s ‘sinking cities’?
Using floating solar panels and a see-through pyramid to help the climate
Activists and campaigners who are tackling climate change
The rights and roles of the natural world
Are China, India, Africa, Europe and the US making enough progress on climate change?
Can the minerals needed to decarbonise the global economy be dug up fast enough?
This month World Questions comes from Glasgow to debate the outcome of COP26
Now that the 26th COP is over, we ask where do we go from here?
More than 100 world leaders have promised to end and reverse deforestation by 2030
Could a farming technique called Pfumvudza be Zimbabwe's answer to food security?
Floods and wildfires are increasing in both frequency and intensity. What lies ahead?
New technology that could lead to better informed choices on climate change
From summit addresses to street protests, young people are making their demands known
Ros Atkins looks at why vast tree planting initiatives are concerning some experts
Rajeev Gupta speaks to climate activists driven by their faith
Is the developed world failing to meet its climate finance commitments?
Your stories of small, achievable changes around food to help the environment