More than 20 nations seek lead in setting tougher climate goals
"We call on other countries to join us in expressing their desire to lead from the front"
Preparing for disaster pays by saving lives, cutting losses
Early warning systems can also act as a useful planning guide to boost long-term resilience to climate impacts
Coal, Paris deal isolates U.S. from other G20 nations at energy meeting
Nations agree to encourage "increased investment and financing in renewable energy" but admit "fossil fuels still play a major role"
UN aviation agency may include fossil fuels in emissions deal -sources
The agreement aims to cap airline emissions at 2020 levels
Cambridge University sticks to indirect fossil fuel investments
CAMBRIDGE-OIL/DIVESTMENT:Cambridge University sticks to indirect fossil fuel investments
EXCLUSIVE - Global warming set to exceed 1.5°C, slow growth -UN draft
"If emissions continue at their present rate, human-induced warming will exceed 1.5°C by around 2040"
EU agrees 32 pct renewables target for 2030
The measures are aimed at helping the EU meet its goal of reducing carbon emissions by at least 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030
Coal comeback spurs new carbon emissions growth, says BP
The increase in coal consumption highlights the difficulties developing economies like India and China face in meeting demand for electricity while fighting pollution
Greenpeace stage protest at Swedish state pension fund
SWEDEN-GREENPEACE/PENSIONFUND (PIX):Greenpeace stage protest at Swedish state pension fund
Are courts the new front line for climate justice?
In the US alone, 14 climate lawsuits against companies are going through the courts, all of which were filed over the past year