International tensions remain but there is a new mood of cautious optimism
Exclusive: Lord Stern warns talks will hinge on equality as poorer countries cannot be left to bear the brunt of costs
'Everyone thinks of the Arctic as a cold place but when I went there were times I would watch the ice melting in a T-shirt'
Former Green Party chair Sir Jonathon Porritt has traditionally been pessimistic about world leaders' efforts
Up to 95 per cent of the floating, sea-based part of the Zachariae Isstrom glacier has been lost since 2002
Research shows warmer waters and increased CO2 levels can make it more difficult for sharks to catch prey
The world is heading towards unchartered territory at 'frightening speed'
China and the US likely to be most affected
Chances are, the conference will leave us feeling the heat
Sexual inequality in poor countries means natural disasters will lead to more female victims
The UK invested £5bn for energy in countries such as Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan between 2009 and 2013
Investors are stuck in a ‘business as usual’ approach to fossil fuels that could mean they face problems when demand falls
The theory is that the hotter weather is hurting the insects’ metabolism as they need to use more energy to obtain food
It is a highly unusual show of unity between opposing sides of the debate
Findings will demolish climate sceptics' claims of a global warming slowdown
New studies show what experts say is the direct consequence of global warming on Magellanic penguins in South America