More than 1,600 posts are due to go at the Environment Agency by October
The climate change summit was the worst since 1992. All we got was a ‘roadmap’ to an ambitious new deal in 2015
Ministers accused of hugely underestimating number of households rendered uninsurable by repeated flooding
Number 10 say they 'do not recognise' phrase attributed to David Cameron
A leading scientist has dismissed the United Nations’ call for governments to use the world’s financial markets as the central weapon against climate change as being “doomed to failure and a dangerous distraction”.
The chairman of the IPCC warns that the only way to reduce large-scale fossil-fuel use is to 'price' carbon emissions
Governments around the world are exercising extreme caution ahead of tomorrow's publication
Lord Stern encouraged by signs that China and US finally intend to reduce emissions
Either he stands with sceptics in his own party, or sides with the the scientific community
UN panel estimates sea levels could rise by 2ft 8in by the end of the century in latest draft report
Miami, New York and New Orleans in the United States, and Guangzhou in China are together expected to shoulder 43 per cent of the burden
Blow to climate change battle as President Correa tears up $3.6bn UN agreement
Lord Lawson’s climate-change think tank faces being dismantled or even wound down after a formal complaint that it has persistently misled the public prompted the statutory regulator to probe into the group.
The chairmen of House of Commons select committees may be barred from holding outside commercial interests relating to their committee's area of interest following allegations that Tory MP Tim Yeo used his position to help business clients.
Chair of the cross-party Energy and Climate Change Committee issues warning ahead of vote on 2030 deadline for 'decarbonised' electrity supply
For all the Nobel prizes and predictions of global apocalypse and preaching to the converted, climate change remains a niche issue