18 September, 2015 – Researchers in India say its action on climate change is suffering because, unlike China, it has not developed the institutions needed to co-ordinate policy.
20 May, 2015 – President of Hungary boosts plan to collect a billion signatures to pressure politicians into radical measures to tackle global warming.
6 February, 2015 − New food labelling rules on giving consumers in Europe more information should help to protect the world’s tropical forests and the climate.
12 January, 2015 − International team provides help to small-scale farmers on the eastern Ganges plains who are struggling to make a living and grow enough rice for the population.
UK Green Party MP Caroline Lucas asks if the NATO General Secretary really believes that Russia is secretly the puppet master behind efforts to stop shale gas extraction in Europe, or is it just an indication of the growing effectiveness of anti-fracking campaigns?
A guidebook with a difference is selling well in Germany. It details nearly 200 renewable energy sites it thinks will appeal to tourists.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change delivers the first part of its Fifth Assessment Report, with its main conclusion – that humanity’s fingerprints are all over this warming planet.
There has been a wide welcome for the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report, AR5, although some reviewers have found surprising omissions.