On 16 February 2005 the industrial nations responsible for 55 percent of the world’ emissions entered into an agreement to reduce them by 5.2 percent by 2012.
The latest climate talks are at risk of achieving nothing
Britain's Energy and Climate Change Secretary, Chris Huhne, was yesterday handed the job of solving the key problem which threatens the collapse of the UN climate talks in Cancun.
Michael McCarthy on the battle over emissions cuts that is dividing the world
Those who warmed up the planet must pay to cool it down
Britain has the greatest number of small breweries of any major industrialised nation, with 71 starting up in the last year alone, according to the Good Beer Guide.
We get the message. The planet's doomed unless we get our act together PDQ. We even know some of the measures needed to give ourselves a chance. But which less orthodox proposals could stave off disastrous climate change? Environment editor Geoffrey Lean has a cunning plan
Brown resists pressure from close allies to sound more contrite note
The trend to skip breakfast could be altering the male/female balance in the population, scientists say.
'Glass ceiling' hardly does justice to the sexism rife in Japanese business life. Anne Penketh reports on the battle for equality
Suicide rates in young men have fallen to their lowest level since the 1970s, marking the end of a three-decade long rise.