Global warming is having different effects on different animals and plants so the tell-tales signs used by African penguins to find their prey no longer point in the right direction
'There are numerous alternatives to coal and their development is gaining momentum, many bringing benefits beyond emissions reductions, such as cleaner air, energy security, and distribution'
Article alleged US scientists had manipulated data to 'dupe' world leaders into spending billions on climate change but supposed whistleblower says there is 'not an issue of tampering with data'
Pollution from the Aberthaw power plant is estimated to have caused the premature deaths of 18,000 people in England and Wales, according to environmentalists
Solidarity marches will be happening across the world
Professor Michael Mann says the US is ‘firmly back in the madhouse’ as new president launches ‘dizzying, ongoing assault on science’
‘Today, the American people are drowning in rules and regulations promulgated by unelected bureaucrats’
Lack of progress risks 'giving the impression that the government’s policy cannot keep pace with its rhetoric' on global warming, leading MP says
Higher rainfall and melting snow and ice expected to increase flow of poisonous organic matter into aquatic ecosystems, wherein it could enter the food chain and pose a risk to humans
Making the cement needed for a 1,000-mile concrete wall would emit nearly two million tons of carbon dioxide and cut off endangered animals from part of their territory
Some say event cancelled over fears of political reprisal from Trump administration
Species are on the move across the world as rising temperatures allow some to extend there range, while others are forced to flee
‘The scale of future climate change and its impacts will depend on the effectiveness of implementing our global agreements to cut greenhouse gas emissions’
Official accounts are sharing global warming facts, apparently in defiance of the Trump administration's ban on such posts
The American Association for the Advancement of Science warns against 'censorship and intimidation'
Elon Musk's optimism centres around Rex Tillerson, Mr Trump's controversial foreign affairs pick