Ten US Senators are about to switch sides on climate change and join those who believe action must be taken
Former Vice President echoes warnings from US military that global warming is causing dangerous political instability
The people who are wrecking the planet are the fossil fuel companies, not Georgina from Enfield who occasionally leaves the kitchen light on all night
'It's a key part of the earth's climate system and we're losing it'
Governments are committing resources to green energy in a bid to keep warming within 2 degrees Celsius of pre-industrial conditions, in accordance with the landmark Paris Agreement
'Human-driven climate change is now an empirically verifiable fact ... those who dispute [it] are not sceptics, but anti-science deniers'
'Literally and figuratively this budget is a scorched-earth budget'
Financial officials from the world's biggest economies have dropped from a joint statement any mention of financing action on climate change, reportedly following pressure from the US and Saudi Arabia.
'Action to deliver a cleaner, more efficient energy system is already delivering benefits for households and businesses'
Lawyer says BlackRock's warning that it is losing patience with firms over global warming should be read as if voiced by 'James Earl Jones as Darth Vader'
'Now more than ever there is a need for cities’ leadership on climate'
'I agree that the effects of a changing climate — such as increased maritime access to the Arctic, rising sea levels, desertification, among others — impact our security situation'
'More droughts can lead to less forest, leading to more droughts and so on'
‘Realising that humans have caused 50 to 70 per cent of the decline is not good news’
Earth has already lost half of its 'underwater rainforests' over last 30 years
Swedish company NorthVolt aims to cut cost of storing power in half with new plant, founder Peter Carlsson says