Climate change and inequality derailing global goals, scientists tell U.N.
Countries must put into practice ways to address vast gaps in wealth distribution and access to economic opportunities and technological advances, leading scientists tell U.N.
Climate activists hope to bring U.S. capital to standstill on Sept 23
"The urgency of climate change warrants such an attempt to disrupt business as usual... to make it impossible for people with decision-making power to go about their daily lives"
New EU executive line-up to tackle climate change, digital challenges
EU-JOBS/ (UPDATE 1, PIX, TV):UPDATE 1-New EU executive line-up to tackle climate change, digital challenges
Climate groups call for SUVs to be banned
Carmakers should stop developing large, heavy cars, a consortium of climate activists argued at an news conference on the eve of the Frankfurt auto show
Melting ice sees Sweden's highest peak lose crown after 139 years
Rising temperatures means that the country's highest peak since 1880 has now slipped into second place
Climate change activists storm red carpet at Venice Film Festival
Several hundred demonstrators took over the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival, demanding action to fight climate change and a ban on cruise ships entering the lagoon city
Norway's CO2 seabed storage project gets boost from industry, EU
The project, called Northern Lights, is part of the country's efforts to combat climate change
Biden jokes about gaffes with Colbert, gets serious about climate on CNN
USA-ELECTION/BIDEN:Biden jokes about gaffes with Colbert, gets serious about climate on CNN
At climate forum, Biden hit by questions about fundraiser hosted by gas official
USA-ELECTION/CLIMATE (UPDATE 2, PIX):UPDATE 2-At climate forum, Biden hit by questions about fundraiser hosted by gas official
On climate change, Britons are shaky on facts, strong on action - study
From the impact of flying to how many record-breaking hot years we've had, people misjudge climate realities, researchers find