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2022-11-20 Climate change: Five key takeaways from COP27 A new funding arrangement on loss and damage - a pooled fund for countries most ...
2022-11-17 Climate change: Melting glaciers could release tonnes of bacteria Vast amounts of bacteria could be released as the world's glaciers melt due to c...
2022-11-16 COP27: Brazil is back on the world stage, Lula tells climate summit Brazil is back, president-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has told rapturous cro...
2022-11-16 Small firms have a big role fighting climate change For the past two years, Nikhil Arora has been working hard to cut his organic ga...
2022-11-12 Climate change: Dimming Earth, mustard shortages and other odd side-effects Birdsong, snowdrops, blossom and midge bites - these are not things you associat...
2022-11-06 COP27: How is Northern Ireland tackling climate change? When COP26 was held a year ago in Glasgow, Northern Ireland was the only part of...
2022-11-06 COP27: 'Climate chaos' warning as UN summit begins The UN's climate change summit has opened in Egypt with a warning that our plane...
2022-11-05 COP27: Climate anxiety is rising - it might be a good thing Global leaders are about to meet for another UN climate summit - COP27 starting ...
2022-11-03 Climate change: Kilimanjaro's and Africa's last glaciers to go by 2050, says UN Glaciers across the globe - including the last ones in Africa - will be unavoida...
2022-11-03 COP27: What have global leaders done on climate change in 2022? Last November global leaders met at the UN climate summit COP26 in Glasgow to ag...
2022-10-27 Climate change: UN warns key warming threshold slipping from sight There is "no credible pathway" to keep the rise in global temperatures below the...
2022-10-26 COP27: Climate change threatening global health - report Climate change is severely impacting people's health around the world, a report ...
2022-10-25 COP27: What is the Egypt climate conference and why is it important? World leaders are set to discuss action to tackle climate change, at the UN clim...
2022-10-20 Climate change: Are potatoes being put at risk by warmer weather? The humble potato may struggle to grow in the UK in years to come due to climate...
2022-10-15 Climate change: Can an enormous seaweed farm help curb it? Imagine a huge seaweed farm the size of Croatia floating in the South Atlantic b...
2022-10-12 Climate change: Greenland's culture shifts as Arctic heats up Icebergs bigger than city blocks loom through the mist as Kaleeraq Mathaeussen r...
2022-10-12 Use Covid lessons to curb climate change, Lords tell government Information campaigns like those used in the Covid-19 pandemic would help indivi...
2022-10-07 Climate change: World aviation agrees 'aspirational' net zero plan The world has finally agreed on a long-term plan to curb carbon emissions from f...
2022-10-01 Protests held over climate crisis and energy rises Protests have been taking place across the UK on a day of action highlighting is...
2022-09-22 Climate change: Spike in Amazon emissions linked to law enforcement Carbon emissions in the Amazon region in 2019 and 2020 more than doubled compare...
2022-09-20 Climate change threatens health and survival of urban trees Climate change threatens the health and survival of urban trees, with more than ...
2022-09-15 Climate change: Pakistan floods 'likely' made worse by warming Global warming is likely to have played a role in the devastating floods that hi...
2022-09-08 Climate change: Six tipping points ‘likely’ to be crossed By Esme Stallard BBC News Climate and Science Current rates of warming will put ...
2022-09-08 Australia sets new climate target in landmark bill Australia's parliament has passed legislation enshrining a pledge to slash carbo...
2022-09-08 Climate change: Europe's warm summer shatters records By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent This summer was the hottest on record ...
2022-09-02 How Pakistan floods are linked to climate change By Georgina Rannard BBC News Climate and Science The devastating floods in Pakis...
2022-08-26 Climate change: Russia burns off gas as Europe's energy bills rocket By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent As Europe's energy costs skyrocket, Ru...
2022-08-23 What will climate change look like in your area? - BBC News How high might temperatures climb and how much rain might fall in your area and ...
2022-08-17 Climate change: 'Staggering' rate of global tree losses from fires By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Around 16 football pitches of trees pe...
2022-08-13 Climate change: Drought highlights dangers for electricity supplies By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The ongoing drought in the UK and Euro...
2022-08-09 Panama Canal grapples with climate change threat Global warming and changing weather patterns are affecting the water supply for ...
2022-08-08 US Senate passes sweeping climate, tax and healthcare package By George Wright & Leo Sands BBC News The US Senate has approved a sweeping $700...
2022-08-01 Climate change: More studies needed on possibility of human extinction Catastrophic climate change outcomes, including human extinction, are not being ...
2022-07-23 Climate change: How to talk to a denier By Merlyn Thomas & Marco Silva BBC Climate Disinformation reporters What can you...
2022-07-22 The audacious PR plot that seeded doubt about climate change By Jane McMullen BBC News Thirty years ago, a bold plan was cooked up to spread ...
2022-07-22 Climate change: First bill written by children on climate education By Georgina Rannard & Esme Stallard BBC Climate & Science Children should be tau...
2022-07-21 Biden unveils $2.3bn plan to fight climate change By Bernd Debusmann Jr BBC News, Washington This video can not be played Presiden...
2022-07-19 UK heatwave: Why is it so hot? By Justin Rowlatt BBC News Climate Editor Why are we seeing such brutal temperat...
2022-07-17 Climate change: Heat deaths could triple by 2050 By Justin Rowlatt Climate Editor Heat-related deaths will triple over coming dec...
2022-06-28 Climate change: UK government told to insulate more homes By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The UK government must drive down ener...
2022-06-16 Climate change: Bonn talks end in acrimony over compensation By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Bonn Two weeks of climate talks in Ge...
2022-06-16 Climate change: Australia signs new carbon emissions target By Tiffanie Turnbull BBC News, Sydney Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese...
2022-06-15 Climate change: Green energy 'stagnates' as fossil fuels dominate By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A new study says that the world is usi...
2022-06-12 Climate change a bigger threat than war, Fiji tells security summit Fiji has told an Asian security summit that climate change is a bigger threat to...
2022-05-22 Why is climate 'doomism' going viral – and who's fighting it? By Marco Silva BBC climate disinformation specialist Climate "doomers" believe t...
2022-05-22 Australia election: Anthony Albanese signals climate policy change This video can not be played Australia's new leader has vowed to take the countr...
2022-05-09 Climate change: 'Fifty-fifty chance' of breaching 1.5C warming limit By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The likelihood of crossing a key globa...
2022-04-28 Climate change: Don't let doom win, project tells worriers By Georgina Rannard BBC News Climate & Science A new project has been launched t...
2022-04-25 How high-profile scientists felt tricked by group denying climate change By Marco Silva and Merlyn Thomas BBC climate disinformation reporters A dozen sc...
2022-04-16 Climate change: Key UN finding widely misinterpreted By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A key finding in the latest IPCC clima...
2022-04-14 What is Extinction Rebellion and what does it want? Protest group Extinction Rebellion (XR) is carrying out a week of demonstrations...
2022-04-14 Scientists map Caribbean coral reefs to tackle climate change By Helen Briggs Environment correspondent Scientists have mapped coral reefs in ...
2022-04-04 Climate change: IPCC scientists report five ways to save the planet Matt McGrath Environment correspondent @mattmcgrathbbc on Twitter The dangers of...
2022-04-04 Climate change: IPCC scientists say it's 'now or never' to limit warming Matt McGrath Environment correspondent @mattmcgrathbbc on Twitter UN scientists ...
2022-04-03 Climate change: Scientists race to finish key IPCC report Matt McGrath Environment correspondent @mattmcgrathbbc on Twitter UN scientists ...
2022-03-23 Climate change: Extreme weather warning systems for all 'in five years' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Early warning systems to protect the e...
2022-03-21 Climate change: 'Madness' to turn to fossil fuels because of Ukraine war By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The UN Secretary General says the rush...
2022-03-21 Climate change: IPCC scientists to examine carbon removal in key report By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent UN scientists are likely to weigh up t...
2022-03-18 Climate change: Wildfire smoke linked to Arctic melting By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The dense plumes of wildfire smoke see...
2022-03-18 Climate change: Why weather changes worry Wales' 'wettest town' By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales Environment Correspondent This video can not be p...
2022-03-15 Australia climate change: Court overturns teenagers' case against minister The Australian government has won an appeal against a ruling that it has a duty ...
2022-03-11 Climate change: Can the Russian energy crisis help to curb global heating? By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Can the government wean Britain off Ru...
2022-03-08 Climate change: EU unveils plan to end reliance on Russian gas By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent As countries scramble to reduce their ...
2022-03-03 Unite against climate change - Ukraine scientist By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News A leading Ukrainian scientist s...
2022-03-01 Climate change: Five things we've learned from the IPCC report Matt McGrath Environment correspondent @mattmcgrathbbc on Twitter A new report r...
2022-02-28 Climate change: IPCC report warns of ‘irreversible’ impacts of global warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Many of the impacts of global warming ...
2022-02-22 IPCC: Climate change report to sound warning on impacts By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A new report on the impacts of climate...
2022-02-18 Climate change: Covid shutdown linked to record rainfall in China By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Scientists say that a rapid drop in em...
2022-02-14 The engineers battling to stop global warming ruining roads By Christine Ro Business of Technology reporter Australia's floods of 2010-11 sp...
2022-02-07 Climate change: Top companies exaggerating their progress - study By Georgina Rannard BBC News Many of the world's biggest companies are failing t...
2022-02-04 Climate change: Satellites map huge methane plumes from oil and gas By Georgina Rannard BBC News Huge plumes of the warming gas methane have been ma...
2022-02-02 Climate change: The science briefing that convinced Boris Johnson By Justin Rowlatt Climate Editor A slide show that Prime Minister Boris Johnson ...
2022-02-02 Climate change: UK plants now flowering a month earlier By Helen Briggs Environment correspondent Climate change is causing UK plants to...
2022-01-26 Climate change: Key crops face major shifts as world warms By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The parts of the world suitable for gr...
2022-01-25 Climate change threatening buried UK treasures By Justin Rowlatt Climate Editor Climate change is threatening to destroy treasu...
2022-01-24 Climate change: 'Fragile win' at COP26 summit under threat By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent COP26 President Alok Sharma has warned...
2022-01-17 Government says its climate change curbs inadequate By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The government has admitted that its e...
2022-01-11 Climate change destroying homes across the Arctic By Georgina Rannard BBC News Cracked homes, buckled roads and ruptured pipelines...
2021-12-29 Climate change: Hurricanes to expand into more populated regions By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Climate change will expand the range o...
2021-12-29 Climate change: Storm clouds gather after COP26 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Is the progress that was made at the C...
2021-12-27 Climate change: Huge toll of extreme weather disasters in 2021 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent This video can not be played Weather e...
2021-12-24 Climate change: Small army of volunteers keeping deniers off Wikipedia By Marco Silva Climate change disinformation specialist Wikipedia has for so lon...
2021-12-13 US tornadoes: Is climate change to blame? By Jake Horton and Esme Stallard BBC Reality Check Several US states have been h...
2021-12-06 Climate change: Is ‘blue hydrogen’ Japan’s answer to coal? By Rupert Wingfield-Hayes BBC News, Tokyo It's a glorious autumn afternoon and I...
2021-11-24 Climate change causing albatross divorce, says study By Manish Pandey Newsbeat reporter When relationships end it might be because th...
2021-11-19 Climate change: Conspiracy theories found on foreign-language Wikipedia By Marco Silva Climate change disinformation specialist Several foreign-language...
2021-11-17 Climate change: What did the scientists make of COP26? By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Scientists and leading climate experts...
2021-11-17 COP26: The truth behind the new climate change denial By Rachel Schraer & Kayleen Devlin BBC Reality Check As world leaders met at the...
2021-11-15 COP26: What was agreed at the Glasgow climate conference? A new global agreement - the Glasgow Climate Pact - was reached at the COP26 sum...
2021-11-14 COP26: New global climate deal struck in Glasgow By Paul Rincon Science editor, BBC News website This video can not be played A d...
2021-11-14 Delta boss says climate change means flying will cost more By Jonathan Josephs Business reporter, BBC News The boss of the world's second b...
2021-11-12 Seven ways to curb climate change By Paul Rincon Science editor, BBC News website The COP26 climate summit in Glas...
2021-11-11 Climate change: Iran says lift sanctions and we'll ratify Paris agreement By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Iran will ratify the landmark Paris ag...
2021-11-09 Ocean's climate change 'buffer' role under threat By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News Researchers studying the ocean ...
2021-11-09 COP26: World headed for 2.4C warming despite climate summit - report By Georgina Rannard BBC News Despite pledges made at the climate summit COP26, t...
2021-11-08 Climate change: Seven ways to spot businesses greenwashing By Beth Timmins Business reporter, BBC News Most of us are trying to be greener ...
2021-11-04 Climate change: Carbon emissions show rapid rebound after Covid dip By Paul Rincon Science editor, BBC News website Global carbon dioxide emissions ...
2021-11-03 Is a new oil field climate change hypocrisy? By Harriet Bradshaw BBC Scotland Climate Change reporter Glasgow is hosting the ...
2021-10-31 Climate change: Extreme weather events are 'the new norm' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Extreme weather events - including pow...
2021-10-31 Climate change: What's it like living in a place where it's 50C? The climate crisis is no longer a future concern. In many parts of the world, it...
2021-10-29 Why China's climate policy matters to us all By David Brown BBC News China's carbon emissions are vast and growing, dwarfing ...
2021-10-29 COP26: Four numbers to remember ahead of the climate change summit By Matt McGrath & Georgina Rannard BBC News This week has seen a series of hard-...
2021-10-28 Climate change: Major US oil companies face grilling by Congress Top oil executives have appeared before US lawmakers to face allegations they mi...
2021-10-26 Climate change: UN emissions gap report a 'thundering wake-up call' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent National plans to cut carbon fall far ...
2021-10-26 Climate change: Australia pledges net zero emissions by 2050 This video can not be played Leading global coal and gas supplier Australia has ...
2021-10-26 Climate change: Four things you can do about your carbon footprint Tackling climate change will require world leaders to take action on a global le...
2021-10-25 Why is the Paris climate agreement important for COP26? By Helen Briggs Science correspondent, BBC News The nations of the world are due...
2021-10-25 Climate change: Greenhouse gas build-up reached new high in 2020 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The build-up of warming gases in the a...
2021-10-25 Climate change: How do we know it is happening and caused by humans? Scientists and politicians say we are facing a planetary crisis because of clima...
2021-10-25 Climate change: The environmental disasters we've almost fixed By Helen Briggs BBC Environment correspondent There are no simple solutions to c...
2021-10-21 Climate change will bring global tension, US intelligence report says By Gordon Corera Security correspondent Climate change will lead to growing inte...
2021-10-21 COP26: Document leak reveals nations lobbying to change key climate report By Justin Rowlatt & Tom Gerken BBC News A huge leak of documents seen by BBC New...
2021-10-20 Climate change: Fossil fuel production set to soar over next decade By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Plans by governments to extract fossil...
2021-10-19 Japan country profile Japan has the world's third-largest economy, having achieved remarkable growth i...
2021-10-14 Climate change: Carbon emissions from rich countries rose rapidly in 2021 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Carbon emissions are rebounding strong...
2021-10-13 What is climate change? A really simple guide World temperatures are rising because of human activity, and climate change now ...
2021-10-12 Climate change: 'Adapt or die' warning from Environment Agency By David Shukman Science editor Hundreds of people could die in floods in the UK...
2021-10-06 Climate change: Voices from global south muted by climate science By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Climate change academics from some of ...
2021-10-02 Got climate anxiety? Here's what scientists can teach us about coping with climate doom By Joe Whitwell BBC News "It's a kind of hopelessness I guess. Helplessness," sa...
2021-10-02 Climate change: Stop smoke and mirrors, rich nations told By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Milan Rich countries' plans to curb c...
2021-09-30 Climate change: Money on the agenda at Milan talks By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent This video can not be played With the ...
2021-09-27 Climate Change: Don't sideline plastic problem, nations urged By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Scientists are warning politicians imm...
2021-09-24 Climate change: Whisper it cautiously... there's been progress in run up to COP26 With just five weeks left until world leaders gather in Glasgow for a critical c...
2021-09-23 Boris Johnson: Humanity is reaching a turning point on climate change By Dulcie Lee & Marie Jackson BBC News This video can not be played A climate su...
2021-09-17 Climate change: Biden urges world leaders to cut methane gas emissions US President Joe Biden has urged world leaders to commit to cutting methane gas ...
2021-09-17 Climate change: UN warning over nations' climate plans By David Shukman Science editor Despite all the promises to take action, the wor...
2021-09-14 Climate change: Young people very worried - survey By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst A new global survey illustrates the de...
2021-09-13 Climate change: World now sees twice as many days over 50C By Becky Dale & Nassos Stylianou Data journalists The number of extremely hot da...
2021-09-08 Climate change: Fossil fuels must stay underground, scientists say By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News Almost 60% of oil and gas reser...
2021-09-08 Climate change: Animals shapeshifting to stay cool, study says When you hear the word "shapeshifting" you probably think of a sci-fi or horror ...
2021-09-08 Climate change: Vulnerable nations call for 'emergency pact' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The countries most vulnerable to clima...
2021-09-07 Climate change: Dragonflies spread north in warming world By Helen Briggs BBC Environment correspondent Dragonflies are moving northwards ...
2021-09-02 Climate change: Arctic warming linked to colder winters By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A new study shows that increases in ex...
2021-09-01 Climate change: Big increase in weather disasters over the past five decades By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The number of weather-related disaster...
2021-09-01 COP26: Climate change summit is 'make or break' for the planet, says MP By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales environment correspondent This video can not be p...
2021-08-25 Climate change: Europe's 2020 heat reached 'troubling' level By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Last year was the warmest on record ac...
2021-08-24 Climate change: Consumer 'confusion' threatens net zero homes plan By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Government plans to decarbonise homes ...
2021-08-24 Madagascar on the brink of climate change-induced famine By Andrew Harding Africa correspondent, BBC News Madagascar is on the brink of e...
2021-08-23 Climate change: Europe's extreme rains made more likely by humans By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The heavy rainfall behind deadly flood...
2021-08-20 Climate change: Will I still be able to fly in a net zero world? By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent How much of an impact on UK lifestyles...
2021-08-18 CFC ban bought us time to fight climate change, say scientists By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News A worldwide ban on ozone-deplet...
2021-08-13 Climate change: July world's hottest month ever recorded - US agency July was the world's hottest month ever recorded, a US federal scientific and re...
2021-08-12 Climate change: Ireland getting warmer and wetter By Barra Best BBC News NI Weather Presenter Ireland is getting warmer and wetter...
2021-08-09 Climate change: At-risk nations fear extinction after IPCC report Nations vulnerable to climate change have warned they are on the "edge of extinc...
2021-08-09 Extreme weather: What is it and how is it connected to climate change? By Matt Taylor BBC Weather Heatwaves, deadly floods and wildfires - this summer ...
2021-08-09 Climate change: Five things we have learned from the IPCC report By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The UN report on the science of clima...
2021-08-09 Climate change: IPCC report is 'code red for humanity' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Human activity is changing the climate...
2021-08-09 Climate change: UN to reveal landmark IPCC report findings The world's largest ever report into climate change will be published later, set...
2021-08-08 Climate change: Time running out to stop catastrophe - Alok Sharma By Francesca Gillett BBC News The world is "dangerously close" to running out of...
2021-08-07 Climate change: Low-income countries 'can't keep up' with impacts By Navin Singh Khadka Environment correspondent, BBC World Service Low-income co...
2021-08-07 Climate change: New report will highlight 'stark reality' of warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent UN researchers are set to publish thei...
2021-07-29 UK already undergoing disruptive climate change By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The UK is already undergoing disruptiv...
2021-07-25 Climate change: Researchers begin discussions on vital report By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Against a backdrop of fires and floods...
2021-07-25 Climate change: Israel to cut 85% of emissions by mid-century Israel will cut carbon emissions by 85% from 2015 levels by the middle of the ce...
2021-07-22 Road planners able to ignore climate change, campaigners claim By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Planners can effectively ignore climat...
2021-07-20 Climate change: US pushes China to make faster carbon cuts By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent US climate envoy John Kerry has called...
2021-07-16 Climate change: Science failed to predict flood and heat intensity By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Top climate scientists have admitted t...
2021-07-15 Climate change: 'No more excuses' at COP26 climate summit - poor nations By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent More than 100 developing countries hav...
2021-07-14 EU unveils sweeping climate change plan The European Union has announced a raft of climate change proposals aimed at pus...
2021-07-12 Climate change: Technology boosts efforts to curb tree loss in Amazon By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Technology can help indigenous communi...
2021-07-08 Climate change: US-Canada heatwave 'virtually impossible' without warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The searing heat that scorched western...
2021-07-05 Climate change: Planting extra trees will boost rainfall across Europe By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Planting extra trees to combat climate...
2021-07-02 BBC Bitesize edits page to remove list of climate change 'benefits' BBC Bitesize has removed references to the "benefits" of climate change on its w...
2021-07-01 Climate change: Extremes committee validates Antarctic record heat Jonathan Amos Science correspondent @BBCAmos on Twitter A new record high temper...
2021-06-28 Climate change: Courts set for rise in compensation cases By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent There's likely to be a significant inc...
2021-06-27 Climate change: Why action still ignites debate in Australia By Shaimaa Khalil Australia correspondent In my first week as the BBC's new Aust...
2021-06-24 Ministers 'should urge public to eat less meat' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The UK public should be urged by the g...
2021-06-24 Climate change: Large-scale CO2 removal facility set for Scotland By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A large facility capable of extracting...
2021-06-20 Climate change: How can you make your home eco-friendly? By Catherine Evans BBC News With new homes being built with eco-friendly design ...
2021-06-18 Climate change: UN virtual talks make little progress By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Exhausted delegates have concluded thr...
2021-06-16 Wales' climate change plans 'not sufficient', advisers say By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales Environment Correspondent This video can not be p...
2021-06-14 Nato and climate change: How big is the problem? The world's most powerful defence alliance agreed on Monday to step up efforts t...
2021-06-13 G7 summit: Leaders pledge climate action but disappoint activists The G7 nations have agreed to step up action on climate change and renewed a ple...
2021-06-13 Swiss voters reject key climate change measures Switzerland's policy on fighting climate change has been thrown into doubt afte...
2021-06-13 G7 summit: How significant are group's climate pledges? By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The world's rich nations which caused ...
2021-06-13 Climate change: Wales 'needs to do twice as much' in next decade By James Williams BBC Politics Wales Wales needs to do twice as much on climate ...
2021-06-13 G7 to agree tough measures on burning coal to tackle climate change By Dulcie Lee & Joseph Lee BBC News World leaders meeting in Cornwall are to ado...
2021-06-11 G7: Climate protesters target Cornish summit Hundreds of climate campaigners have staged a protest march targeting the G7 sum...
2021-06-10 'Quick fixes' to the climate crisis risk harming nature By Helen Briggs BBC Environment correspondent Climate change and nature loss are...
2021-06-10 Climate change: Unrealistic NI emissions target 'morally wrong' By Conor Macauley BBC NI Agriculture & Environment Correspondent The head of a c...
2021-06-09 Halogen lightbulb sales to be banned in UK under climate change plans By Alex Therrien BBC News Sales of halogen lightbulbs are to be banned in the UK...
2021-06-01 Brecon Beacons landslips rise 'a clear climate change warning' By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales environment correspondent This video can not be p...
2021-05-26 Climate: World at risk of hitting temperature limit soon By David Shukman Science editor It's becoming more likely that a key global temp...
2021-05-26 Mali country profile Once home to several pre-colonial empires, the landlocked, arid West African cou...
2021-05-24 Climate change: Carwyn Jones defends his record as he leaves Senedd By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales environment correspondent Tackling climate change...
2021-05-21 Climate change: G7 ministers agree new steps against fossil fuels By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The world's major nations have taken f...
2021-05-19 Climate change: The Antarctic ice shelf in the line of fire Jonathan Amos Science correspondent @BBCAmos on Twitter Will it be next, and if ...
2021-05-18 Climate change: Ban new gas boilers from 2025 to reach net-zero By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The International Energy Agency (IEA) ...
2021-05-06 Cutting methane gas 'crucial for climate fight' By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent Reducing emissions of methane ...
2021-05-04 Climate change: Promises will mean rise of 2.4C - study By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Recent climate change promises by majo...
2021-05-02 Carbon: How calls for climate justice are shaking the world By Helen Briggs BBC Environment correspondent Young activists are breathing new ...
2021-04-29 German climate change law violates rights, court rules Germany's climate change laws are insufficient and violate fundamental freedoms ...
2021-04-28 Climate change: World's glaciers melting at a faster pace Jonathan Amos Science correspondent @BBCAmos on Twitter The world's glaciers are...
2021-04-28 Climate change: A small green rock's warning about our future Jonathan Amos Science correspondent @BBCAmos on Twitter It's an unassuming rock,...
2021-04-22 Biden: This will be 'decisive decade' for tackling climate change By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent This video can not be played US Presid...
2021-04-22 Boris Johnson: Climate change about jobs not 'bunny hugging' Tackling climate change is about "growth and jobs" not "expensive bunny hugging"...
2021-04-22 Earth Day: Climate change 'will force wildlife to move or adapt' By Paul Hudson Climate correspondent, BBC Look North As the impacts of a changin...
2021-04-21 Climate change: Have countries kept their promises? By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Agreed by 196 parties in the French ca...
2021-04-21 Climate change: Shipping industry calls for new global carbon tax By Jonathan Josephs Business reporter, BBC News The global shipping industry is ...
2021-04-21 Climate change: EU to cut CO2 emissions by 55% by 2030 The EU has adopted ambitious new targets to curb climate change, with a pledge t...
2021-04-20 Climate change: UK to speed up target to cut carbon emissions By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Radical new climate change commitments...
2021-04-20 Climate change: Carbon 'surge' expected in post-Covid energy boom By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The International Energy Agency (IEA) ...
2021-04-19 Climate change: Future-proofing coffee in a warming world By Helen Briggs Environment correspondent Scientists say a "forgotten" coffee pl...
2021-04-18 The best climate solution you've never heard of By Tom Heap BBC Radio 4's 39 Ways to Save the Planet Around the world, there are...
2021-04-18 China and US pledge climate change commitment China and the US say they are committed to working together and with other count...
2021-04-14 NZ to launch world-first climate change rules New Zealand is to become the world's first country to bring in a law forcing its...
2021-04-08 Study says bitcoin could derail China's climate change targets Bitcoin mining in China is so carbon intensive that it could threaten the countr...
2021-03-31 Climate change: Net zero targets are 'pie in the sky' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Sharp divisions between the major glob...
2021-03-30 Climate change: China absent from key UK meeting By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A critical meeting on climate change, ...
2021-03-29 Uganda climate change: The people under threat from a melting glacier By Pablo Uchoa BBC World Service Ronah Masika remembers when she could still see...
2021-03-29 Climate change: Greener Wales 'must not hit poorer communities' By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales Environment Correspondent This video can not be p...
2021-03-29 Climate change: Consumer pose 'growing threat' to tropical forests By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Rising imports in wealthy countries of...
2021-03-29 Why are people not doing more about climate change? By Kevin Keane BBC Scotland's environment correspondent I drive a diesel car, ea...
2021-03-26 Bangladesh at 50: Why climate change could destroy my ancestral home As Bangladesh celebrates 50 years of independence, Qasa Alom reflects on how the...
2021-03-15 Climate change: Jet fuel from waste 'dramatically lowers' emissions By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A new approach to making jet fuel from...
2021-03-13 Climate change: 'Forever plant' seagrass faces uncertain future By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The green, underwater meadows of Posid...
2021-03-12 Climate change: Six questions about the Cumbria coal controversy By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The government has been pressured into...
2021-03-11 Climate change: 'Default effect' sees massive green energy switch By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent When Swiss energy companies made green...
2021-03-08 Climate change: Kerry urges top polluters to cut emissions now By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst This video can not be played US climat...
2021-03-05 Government has no climate change plan - MPs By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The government has been hit by a doubl...
2021-03-05 National Trust's climate change threat map a 'game-changer' A "game-changing" new map shows the threats climate change may have on the UK's ...
2021-03-04 Climate change: Will China take a 'great leap' to a greener economy? By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Tackling climate change may emerge as ...
2021-02-26 Climate change: Carbon emission promises 'put Earth on red alert' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The world will heat by more than 1.5C ...
2021-02-23 Climate change is a threat to our security - Boris Johnson "Climate change is a threat to our security," Boris Johnson told world leaders a...
2021-02-23 Climate change: West Antarctica's Getz glaciers flowing faster Jonathan Amos Science correspondent @BBCAmos on Twitter Wherever you look in Wes...
2021-02-19 US rejoins Paris accord: Biden's first act sets tone for ambitious approach By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Make no mistake, returning to the Pari...
2021-02-17 Climate change: Don't raid home insulation scheme, MPs urge ministers By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst MPs are complaining that the Treasury ...
2021-02-15 Bill Gates: Solving Covid easy compared with climate By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent This video can not be played F...
2021-02-09 Climate change: New targets to eliminate Wales' gases By Steffan Messenger BBC News New targets to eliminate the gases driving climate...
2021-02-05 Mark Carney: Climate crisis deaths 'will be worse than Covid' By Sharanjit Leyl BBC News The world is heading for mortality rates equivalent t...
2021-02-04 Climate change: Boris Johnson 'risks humiliation' over coal mine By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The leading climate scientist James Ha...
2021-01-31 Biden's climate agenda: Is this the beginning of the end for fossil fuels? Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent @BBCJustinR on Twitter Fossil fue...
2021-01-30 Climate change: Minister rapped for allowing Cumbria coal mine By Roger Harrabin BBC Energy and Envrionment Analyst The government’s climate c...
2021-01-29 Tech Tent: Iron Man’s climate change mission Rory Cellan-Jones Technology correspondent @BBCRoryCJ on Twitter This video can ...
2021-01-27 Biden signs 'existential' executive orders on climate and environment This video can not be played US President Joe Biden has signed a series of execu...
2021-01-27 Climate change: Biggest global poll supports 'global emergency' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Despite the pandemic, almost two third...
2021-01-19 Joe Biden: Where does he stand on key issues? When he formally announced his entry into the 2020 presidential race, Joe Biden ...
2021-01-14 Climate change: 'Exceptionally hot' 2020 concludes warmest decade By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Global meteorological agencies agree t...
2021-01-12 Climate change: US emissions in 2020 in biggest fall since WWII By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent US greenhouse gas emissions tumbled be...
2021-01-08 Climate change: Weakened 'ice arches' speed loss of Arctic floes Jonathan Amos Science correspondent @BBCAmos on Twitter Look down on the Arctic ...
2021-01-08 Climate change: 2020 in a dead heat for world's warmest year By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent New data from EU satellites shows that...
2021-01-04 Why I'm feeling hopeful about the environment in 2021 By Tom Heap BBC Radio 4 This year, 2021, a number of things are coming together ...
2021-01-01 Why 2021 could be turning point for tackling climate change By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent Countries only have only a lim...
2020-12-27 Climate change: Extreme weather causes huge losses in 2020 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The world continued to pay a very high...
2020-12-19 Climate change: Law used to pressure government By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Environmentalists are using the law to...
2020-12-18 Climate change: 2021 will be cooler but still in top six warmest By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent UK Met Office scientists are forecasti...
2020-12-16 Heathrow expansion: What is the third runway plan? By Tom Edgington BBC News The Supreme Court has reversed a decision to block pla...
2020-12-12 'Not enough' climate ambition shown by leaders By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The UK minister tasked with leading UN...
2020-12-11 Climate change: EU leaders set 55% target for CO2 emissions cut EU leaders have agreed on a more ambitious goal for cutting greenhouse gases - r...
2020-12-11 Climate change: 700-year history of wind recorded in island mud By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent Scientists have reconstructed a 700-y...
2020-12-11 Climate change: Covid drives record emissions drop in 2020 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The global response to the Covid-19 pa...
2020-12-09 Climate change: Global 'elite' will need to slash high-carbon lifestyles By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The world's wealthiest 1% account for ...
2020-12-09 Climate change: Low-carbon revolution 'cheaper than thought' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst A landmark report says the UK can make...
2020-12-07 Beer and crisps used to help tackle climate change By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The much-loved combination of beer and...
2020-12-06 Climate change: Snowy UK winters could become thing of the past By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent Snowy winters could become a t...
2020-12-06 Climate change: Lower Thames Crossing CO2 impact figures revealed By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst This video can not be played A new tun...
2020-12-04 Climate change: UK aim of 68% emissions cut a 'colossal challenge' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Meeting the UK's world-leading climate...
2020-12-03 Climate change: PM aims for world-leading UK emissions cuts By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The UK prime minister is set to declar...
2020-12-02 Climate change: 2020 set to be one of the three warmest years on record By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The Earth continued to endure a period...
2020-12-01 Climate change: Temperature analysis shows UN goals 'within reach' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A new analysis, seen by the BBC, sugge...
2020-11-23 Climate change: Covid pandemic has little impact on rise in CO2 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The global response to the Covid-19 cr...
2020-11-19 Climate change: Can sending fewer emails really save the planet? By David Molloy Technology reporter Are you the type of person who always says t...
2020-11-18 Climate change: Warmer winters linked to increased drowning risk By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Winter activities on ice are becoming ...
2020-11-17 Green jobs hope for Wales from UK government climate change plan By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales environment correspondent This video can not be p...
2020-11-11 Climate change: Hurricanes get stronger on land as world warms By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent North Atlantic hurricanes are retainin...
2020-11-10 Joe Biden: How the president-elect plans to tackle climate change By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Joe Biden's plan to tackle climate cha...
2020-11-04 Climate change: US formally withdraws from Paris agreement By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent After a three-year delay, the US has b...
2020-10-31 Climate change: You've got cheap data, how about cheap power too? By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent You're probably reading this o...
2020-10-28 US election 2020: A really simple guide Click or tap on an underlined word for a short definition or explanation The US ...
2020-10-28 Climate change: China's forest carbon uptake 'underestimated' By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent China's aggressive policy of planting...
2020-10-26 Climate change: 'Dangerous and dirty' used cars sold to Africa By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Millions of highly polluting used cars...
2020-10-25 Climate change: Technology no silver bullet, experts tell PM By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Can we trust the silver bullet of tech...
2020-10-21 Climate change: 'Cooling paint' could cut emissions from buildings By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A new type of white paint has the pote...
2020-10-20 US election 2020: What the results will mean for climate change By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Who occupies the White House for the n...
2020-10-15 US election 2020: Has Trump delivered on his promises? It's been four years since Donald Trump made a string of promises during his lon...
2020-10-15 Idris Elba: We can all help solve climate change Idris Elba and his wife, Sabrina Dhowre Elba, have said individuals can make a d...
2020-10-13 Climate change: Better warning systems needed for extreme weather - UN By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A new UN report says the world needs t...
2020-10-06 Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, power behind the throne Few people outside Saudi Arabia had heard of Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud before ...
2020-09-29 Has the world started to take climate change fight seriously? Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent @BBCJustinR on Twitter A surprise...
2020-09-28 Donald Trump policies: Where does the president stand on key issues? Donald Trump won the 2016 US presidential election riding on one simple phrase: ...
2020-09-24 Global warming driving California wildfire trends - study By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Climate change is driving the scale an...
2020-09-24 Climate change and Covid economy 'must be tackled together' By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales Environment Correspondent Offering young people w...
2020-09-22 Climate change: China aims for 'carbon neutrality by 2060' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent China will aim to hit peak emissions b...
2020-09-19 How the oil industry made us doubt climate change By Phoebe Keane BBC News As climate change becomes a focus of the US election, e...
2020-09-17 Climate change: Earthquake 'hack' reveals scale of ocean warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Scientists have found a clever new way...
2020-09-10 Climate change: Tax frequent fliers and get rid of SUVs, government told By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst This video can not be played A frequen...
2020-09-09 UN report: Covid crisis does little to slow climate change By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The global response to Covid-19 has ba...
2020-09-02 UK won't cut foreign aid budget - Dominic Raab The UK government remains committed to spending 0.7% of national income on forei...
2020-09-02 Newspaper headlines: Back-to-office 'falls flat' and a Strictly same-sex pair By BBC News Staff As several papers show images of children returning to the cla...
2020-09-01 Arrests as Extinction Rebellion protests begin across England At least 90 people have been arrested at climate change protests causing disrupt...
2020-09-01 Extinction Rebellion protesters march in Cardiff Hundreds of climate activists marched through Cardiff as part of Extinction Rebe...
2020-09-01 Climate change: Power companies 'hindering' move to green energy By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent New research suggests that power compa...
2020-08-31 United Arab Emirates country profile The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven states that has grown fr...
2020-08-31 Royal Institution lecture: 'Science was racist' says first black lecture host A professor who will be the first black person to host a lecture series in 200 y...
2020-08-31 Julian Smith: Focus on governing not border urges former NI secretary Former secretary of state Julian Smith has said he hopes NI politicians focus on...
2020-08-31 Withington attack: Arrest after woman stabbed while walking with son A woman has been stabbed in a "vicious and unprovoked attack" while walking with...
2020-08-30 The search engine boss who wants to help us all plant trees By Suzanne Bearne Business reporter The BBC's weekly The Boss series profiles di...
2020-08-28 Cloud gaming: Are game streaming services bad for the planet? By David Molloy Technology reporter Microsoft is poised to launch its game strea...
2020-08-28 Amazon fires: Are they worse this year than before? By Jack Goodman and Christopher Giles BBC Reality Check and Visual Journalism Pr...
2020-08-28 Polar bear kills man in Norway's Arctic Svalbard islands A polar bear has killed a man in Norway's Arctic Spitsbergen island, local offic...
2020-08-27 The Rest and Be Thankful: An infamous road through 'a mountain in torment' By Marc Ellison Data journalist, BBC Scotland The A83 runs for almost 100 miles ...
2020-08-27 Colombia ex-leader Uribe's detention splits generations By Megan Janetsky Medellín At Colombian dinner tables Álvaro Uribe has always be...
2020-08-27 Seaweed: The food and fuel of the future? By Adrienne Murray Technology of Business reporter, Faroe Islands Sunshine has g...
2020-08-27 Sir Ed Davey wins Liberal Democrat leadership race This video can not be played Sir Ed Davey has won the race to become the new lea...
2020-08-27 Liberal Democrats: Who is new leader Ed Davey? Sir Ed Davey has been elected leader of the Liberal Democrats, beating fellow MP...
2020-08-26 Storm Francis: River Wye rescue and evacuations after flooding This video can not be played A person has been rescued from a river and dozens o...
2020-08-26 Extinction Rebellion co-founder Roger Hallam in court One of the co-founders of climate change group Extinction Rebellion has been rem...
2020-08-26 Bread price may rise after dire UK wheat harvest By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent The price of flour and bread i...
2020-08-26 Climate change: How the UK contributes to global deforestation Cocoa, palm oil, pulp and paper, rubber, soy, timber, beef and leather. It's est...
2020-08-25 Weather: Storm Francis lashes UK with gusts reaching almost 80mph This video can not be played Storm Francis has been lashing the UK with "unseaso...
2020-08-25 Storm Francis: Thousands lose power amid storm chaos This video can not be played Thousands of homes were left without power, propert...
2020-08-25 Greta Thunberg: What she did during her year-long school break In what may have been her most famous speech, Greta Thunberg said in New York, ...
2020-08-25 GCSEs: CCEA to close the book on English literature novel study By Robbie Meredith BBC News NI Education Correspondent Pupils entering Year 12 w...
2020-08-25 Australia fires: Similar or worse disasters 'will happen again' An inquiry into the recent massive bushfire disaster in Australia has found the ...
2020-08-25 Climate change: New UK law to curb deforestation in supply chains By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent UK businesses will have to show that t...
2020-08-24 Scotland's tree of the year contenders announced Five contenders to be named Scotland's Tree of the Year have been announced. The...
2020-08-24 Climate change: Removing CO2 could spark big rise in food prices By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Technologies that can remove carbon di...
2020-08-23 Road planners accused of rigging carbon emissions rules By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Road planners in England have been acc...
2020-08-23 California wildfires: Trump declares major disaster US President Donald Trump has declared that wildfires burning through homes and ...
2020-08-22 Yorkshire Wildlife Park: UK's oldest polar bear dies The UK's oldest polar bear has died after he was "unexpectedly taken ill" on Fri...
2020-08-22 Coronavirus: Trees 'offer peace in dark lockdown days' By Nuala McCann BBC News NI In March, as shutters clattered on shop windows, lig...
2020-08-21 Scottish Labour unveils plan to 'transform' Scottish economy About 130,000 jobs could be created by transforming Scotland's economy in the wa...
2020-08-20 Two gold nuggets worth $350,000 found in Australia Two gold nuggets worth around A$350,000 (£190,000; US$250,000) have been discove...
2020-08-20 Climate change: 'Unprecedented' ice loss as Greenland breaks record By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Scientists say the loss of ice in Gree...
2020-08-20 'Mummified' plants give glimpse of Earth's future By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent Fossil leaves from the remains...
2020-08-19 Climate change: Dams played key role in limiting sea level rise By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The construction of large-scale dams h...
2020-08-17 Scientists unlock Alpine trees' molecular defence By Mark Kinver Environment reporter Researchers have found a way to tackle a dis...
2020-08-15 Coronavirus: France quarantine starts after race to beat deadline Thousands of British holidaymakers have made a last-minute dash to get home befo...
2020-08-11 Milne Ice Shelf: Satellites capture Arctic ice split By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent The Planet Earth-observation company ...
2020-08-10 Climate change: Warming world will be 'devastating' for frozen peatlands By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The world's peatlands will become a la...
2020-08-10 Climate change: Satellites record history of Antarctic melting By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent Twenty-five years of satellite observ...
2020-08-10 Dawn Butler: MP calls for 'system change' after police stop This video can not be played An MP has called for a "system change" after she wa...
2020-08-09 UK weather: Coastguard issues new warning after busiest day in four years The UK's coastguard has issued a new warning urging people to be careful in the ...
2020-08-07 Climate change: Lockdown has 'negligible' effect on temperatures By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The dramatic drop in greenhouse gases ...
2020-08-07 Climate change: UK peat emissions could cancel forest benefits By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Emissions from UK peatland could cance...
2020-08-01 Climate change: 'Huge' implications to Irish climate case across Europe A ruling by the Irish Supreme Court on climate change policy could have "huge ra...
2020-07-31 Climate change 'driving UK's extreme weather' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Climate change driven by industrial so...
2020-07-20 Climate change: Polar bears could be lost by 2100 By Helen Briggs and Victoria Gill Science correspondents, BBC News Polar bears w...
2020-07-16 Climate change: Summers could become 'too hot for humans' By David Shukman Science editor Millions of people around the world could be exp...
2020-07-15 Climate change: Siberian heatwave 'clear evidence' of warming By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent A record-breaking heatwave in ...
2020-07-09 Climate change: Road plans will scupper CO2 targets, report says By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The vast majority of emissions cuts fr...
2020-07-09 Climate change: 'Rising chance' of exceeding 1.5C global target By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The World Meteorological Organisation ...
2020-07-07 Coronavirus: Climate change 'bigger threat' than Covid-19 By Steffan Messenger BBC News This video can not be played Poor air quality and ...
2020-06-30 Climate change: UK could hit 40C 'regularly' by end of this century By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Sweltering temperatures of up to 40C c...
2020-06-25 Climate change: Ireland on the verge of its 'greenest government ever' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Ireland stands on the brink of putting...
2020-06-22 Climate change: Planting new forests 'can do more harm than good' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Rather than benefiting the environment...
2020-06-20 Greta Thunberg: Climate change 'as urgent' as coronavirus By Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent This video can not be played G...
2020-06-20 Climate change: Sport heading for a fall as temperatures rise By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Global sport faces major disruption fr...
2020-06-02 Climate change: older trees loss continue around the world By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Older, carbon-rich tropical forests co...
2020-06-01 Climate change: May was sunniest calendar month on record in UK By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst May was the sunniest calendar month on...
2020-05-30 Climate change: How a green new deal really could go global By Justin Rowlatt Chief Environment correspondent Good news is in short supply a...
2020-05-29 Climate change: 'Stunning' seafloor ridges record Antarctic retreat By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent Scientists are learning just how fast...
2020-05-20 Climate change: Top 10 tips to reduce carbon footprint revealed By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Climate change can still be tackled – ...
2020-05-19 Climate change: Scientists fear car surge will see CO2 rebound By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Daily global emissions of CO2 fell by ...
2020-05-18 Climate change: Future floods will delay emergency response By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Future increases in rainfall in Englan...
2020-05-12 Climate change: Study pours cold water on oil company net zero claims By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Claims by oil and gas companies that t...
2020-05-07 Mark Carney: 'We can't self-isolate from climate change' By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News The former governor of the Bank...
2020-05-06 Climate change: Could the coronavirus crisis spur a green recovery? By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The Covid-19 lockdown has cut climate ...
2020-05-05 Climate change and coronavirus: Five charts about the biggest carbon crash By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent We're living through the biggest carbo...
2020-05-05 Coronavirus: UK warned to avoid climate change crisis By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The UK must avoid lurching from the co...
2020-05-05 Climate change: More than 3bn could live in extreme heat by 2070 More than three billion people will be living in places with "near un-liveable" ...
2020-04-24 Coronavirus recovery plan 'must tackle climate change' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Tackling climate change must be woven ...
2020-04-22 Climate change: 2019 was Europe's warmest year on record By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Europe is heating faster than the glob...
2020-04-22 Climate change: World mustn't forget 'deeper emergency' Despite the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, the world mustn't forget the "d...
2020-04-16 Climate change: US megadrought 'already under way' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A drought, equal to the worst to have ...
2020-04-15 Climate change: Blue skies pushed Greenland 'into the red' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent While high temperatures were critical...
2020-04-01 Climate change: Warming clips the nightingale's wings By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Rising temperatures may be having a pr...
2020-03-25 Climate change: Green energy plant threat to wilderness areas By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Wind, solar and hydro power installati...
2020-03-16 Climate change: The rich are to blame, international study finds By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The rich are primarily to blame for th...
2020-03-16 Coronavirus: How to protect your mental health By Kirstie Brewer BBC News Coronavirus has plunged the world into uncertainty an...
2020-03-11 Climate change: New rules could spell end of 'throwaway culture' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst New rules could spell the death of a "...
2020-03-10 Climate change: UK 'can't go climate neutral before 2050' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The UK cannot go climate neutral much ...
2020-03-05 Climate change: What if your job is bad for the planet? By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst We know that climate change harms peop...
2020-03-04 Climate change boosted Australia bushfire risk by at least 30% By Pallab Ghosh Science correspondent, BBC News Scientists have published the f...
2020-03-01 Climate change: Australian summers 'twice as long as winters' Australia's summers have become twice as long as its winters amid increasing tem...
2020-02-27 Climate change: Pressure on big investors to act on environment By David Shukman Science editor Ever wondered if your bank or insurance company ...
2020-02-24 Climate change: Schools failing us, say pupils By Judith Burns Education reporter "It's educated people who are causing the mos...
2020-02-21 JP Morgan economists warn of 'catastrophic' climate change By Tom Espiner Business reporter, BBC News Human life "as we know it" could be t...
2020-02-07 Climate change: Loss of bumblebees driven by 'climate chaos' By Helen Briggs BBC News "Climate chaos" has caused widespread losses of bumbleb...
2020-02-06 Climate change: Clean tech 'won't solve warming in time' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Breakthrough technologies such as carb...
2020-02-03 Climate change: Sacked climate chief 'may sue government' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The former head of this year’s vital c...
2020-01-29 Climate change: Worst emissions scenario 'exceedingly unlikely' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The worst-case scenario for emissions ...
2020-01-27 Climate change: UK has 'one shot' at success at Glasgow COP26 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent If the Glasgow climate conference fail...
2020-01-23 What does Trump actually believe on climate change? By Helier Cheung BBC News, Washington DC US President Donald Trump's position on...
2020-01-21 Climate change: What can I do about it and other questions "The moment of crisis has come" in efforts to tackle climate change, Sir David A...
2020-01-17 Climate change: Citizens' assembly prepares to tackle climate change By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Should aviation be taxed more? Should ...
2020-01-16 Germany agrees plan to phase out coal power by 2038 The German government and regional leaders have agreed on a plan to phase out co...
2020-01-15 Climate change: Last decade confirmed as warmest on record By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The 10 years to the end of 2019 have b...
2020-01-14 Climate change: Where we are in seven charts and what you can do to help Climate change is set to cause major changes across the world: sea levels will r...
2020-01-14 Climate change: Australia fires will be 'normal' in warmer world By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent UK scientists say the recent fires in ...
2020-01-12 Federer responds to climate change critics over Credit Suisse links Tennis star Roger Federer has responded to climate change critics - including ca...
2020-01-09 As the ice melts, Greenland considers its future By Bjorn Schionning Business reporter Greenland is not used to being the centre ...
2020-01-02 What is Australia doing to tackle climate change? By Jack Goodman BBC Reality Check The Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison h...
2020-01-02 Climate change hope for hydrogen fuel By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst A tiny spark in the UK’s hydrogen revo...
2019-12-20 Netherlands climate change: Court orders bigger cuts in emissions The highest court in the Netherlands has upheld a ruling requiring the governmen...
2019-12-19 Climate change: Met Office says warming trend will continue in 2020 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Next year will continue the global war...
2019-12-16 Climate change: Five things we've learned from Madrid talks Matt McGrath Environment correspondent @mattmcgrathbbc on Twitter At the conclus...
2019-12-15 COP25 Climate change talks: 'We’ve lost an important opportunity’ Record UN climate talks in Madrid have ended in a compromise deal on cutting g...
2019-12-15 Climate change: Call for 'flexibility' to reach consensus at talks By Matt McGrath and Paul Rincon Science and environment, BBC News The Chilean of...
2019-12-15 How Africa will be affected by climate change Africa is more vulnerable than any other region to the world's changing weather ...
2019-12-14 Can kitchen gardens combat climate change? By Caroline Parkinson Health editor, BBC News website, Berlin Growing fruit and ...
2019-12-12 Climate change: Stalemate at UN talks as splits re-appear By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Madrid UN climate talks in Madrid ent...
2019-12-12 Climate change: Anger as protesters barred from UN talks By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent This video can not be played Environme...
2019-12-11 Climate change: Methane pulse detected from South Sudan wetlands By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent, San Francisco Scientists think they ...
2019-12-10 Climate change: Greenland ice melt 'is accelerating' By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent, San Francisco This video can not be ...
2019-12-09 Climate change: UN negotiators 'playing politics' amid global crisis By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Madrid UN negotiators meeting in Madr...
2019-12-08 Seychelles: The island nation with a novel way to tackle climate change By Catherine Byaruhanga and Louise Adamou BBC News, Seychelles On board Darryl G...
2019-12-07 Climate change: Oceans running out of oxygen as temperatures rise By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Madrid Climate change and nutrient po...
2019-12-04 Climate change is causing birds to shrink, study suggests By Kelsey Vlamis BBC News As the climate warms, birds are shrinking and their wi...
2019-12-04 Climate change: Emissions edge up despite drop in coal By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Researchers say that carbon dioxide em...
2019-12-03 Climate change: Last decade 'on course' to be warmest By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Madrid Scientists say that average te...
2019-12-03 Climate change: The COP25 talks trying to change the world By Imran Rahman-Jones Newsbeat reporter We know the warnings by now. 2019 is o...
2019-12-02 Climate change: COP25 island nation in 'fight to death' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Madrid This video can not be played T...
2019-12-02 Climate change: Critical year for climate change starts in Madrid By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A critical 12 months in the battle aga...
2019-11-28 Climate change: UK 'has technology' for zero carbon Eliminating greenhouse gas emissions in the UK is achievable with current techno...
2019-11-28 Climate change: Plan to cut carbon emissions from concerts By Laura Foster Science and Environment Reporter Scientists from the University...
2019-11-27 Climate Change: Are we passing some key 'tipping points'? By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Critical elements in the Earth’s clima...
2019-11-26 Climate change: 'Bleak' outlook as carbon emissions gap grows By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Countries will have to increase their ...
2019-11-25 Climate change: Greenhouse gas concentrations again break records By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Atmospheric concentrations of carbon d...
2019-11-20 Climate change: China coal surge threatens Paris targets By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent While the rest of the world has cut co...
2019-11-20 Musicians 'have to be proactive' on climate change "Do we really need 27 scene changes? Do we need cars hanging from the ceiling?" ...
2019-11-11 Climate change: Bigger hurricanes are now more damaging By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The biggest and most damaging hurrican...
2019-11-11 Is climate change to blame for Australia's bushfires? Australia is enduring a bushfire crisis that has left three people dead, razed m...
2019-11-11 Climate change: Speed limits for ships can have 'massive' benefits By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Cutting the speed of ships has huge be...
2019-11-08 Climate change: Sea ice loss linked to spread of deadly virus By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The decline in sea ice seen in the Arc...
2019-11-06 Climate change: ‘Clear and unequivocal’ emergency, say scientists By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A global group of around 11,000 scient...
2019-11-01 Climate change 'making mountaineering riskier' By Navin Singh Khadka Environment correspondent, BBC World Service Mountaineerin...
2019-10-31 Climate change: Spain offers to host COP25 in Madrid By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Just a day after the President of Chil...
2019-10-22 Climate change: Widespread drying of European peatlands By Helen Briggs @hbriggs Peatlands are a natural carbon sink, absorbing CO2 from...
2019-10-16 Extinction Rebellion: Celebrity backers admit 'hypocrisy' Celebrity Extinction Rebellion supporters have admitted in an open letter being ...
2019-10-16 Climate change: Rallying cry for solution in Wales By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales Environment Correspondent Some of Wales' biggest ...
2019-10-11 Climate change: Big lifestyle changes are the only answer By Justin Rowlatt Chief Environment correspondent The UK government must tell th...
2019-09-27 Climate change: Greta Thunberg calls out the 'haters' Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent @BBCJustinR on Twitter Greta Thun...
2019-09-27 Is Trudeau doing enough on climate change? By Jessica Murphy BBC News, Montreal For the first time in more than a decade, c...
2019-09-26 Prince Harry 'troubled' by climate change deniers The Duke of Sussex says there is "a race against time" to halt global warming, a...
2019-09-25 Climate change: UN panel signals red alert on 'Blue Planet' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Monaco Climate change is devastating ...
2019-09-24 Climate change: Scientists to report on ocean 'emergency' caused by warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent. Monaco It will be the clearest declar...
2019-09-23 Greta Thunberg: 'Leaders failed us on climate change' This video can not be played Swedish campaigner Greta Thunberg has made a passio...
2019-09-22 Climate change: Impacts 'accelerating' as leaders gather for UN talks By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The signs and impacts of global warmin...
2019-09-20 Climate change: Polarstern leaves for 'biggest ever' Arctic expedition By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent This video can not be played The larg...
2019-09-20 What is climate change doing to Wales? By Steffan Messenger BBC Wales environment correspondent One world problem, one ...
2019-09-20 Cut air pollution to fight climate change - UN By Navin Singh Khadka Environment correspondent, BBC World Service Getting count...
2019-09-19 Climate change action: We can't all be Greta, but your choices have a ripple effect Justin Rowlatt Chief environment correspondent @BBCJustinR on Twitter Is individ...
2019-09-15 Faster pace of climate change is 'scary', former chief scientist says By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst This video can not be played Extreme e...
2019-09-13 Climate change: Electrical industry's 'dirty secret' boosts warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent It's the most powerful greenhouse gas ...
2019-09-09 Climate change: 'Invest $1.8 trillion to adapt' By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News Investing $1.8 trillion over th...
2019-09-09 Five ways UK farmers are tackling climate change By David Brown BBC News Farmers are on the front line of climate change - vulner...
2019-08-29 Climate change: Big lifestyle changes 'needed to cut emissions' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst People must use less transport, eat le...
2019-08-26 Macron condemns Bolsonaro for ‘disrespectful’ post about his wife French President Emmanuel Macron has lashed out at Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro for e...
2019-08-23 Climate change: Should you fly, drive or take the train? The climate campaigner Greta Thunberg chose to sail to a UN climate conference i...
2019-08-09 Climate change food calculator: What's your diet's carbon footprint? By Nassos Stylianou, Clara Guibourg and Helen Briggs BBC News Avoiding meat and ...
2019-08-08 Climate change: Marine heatwaves kill coral instantly By Duncan Mascarenhas BBC science reporter Increasingly frequent marine heatwave...
2019-08-08 Climate change: German MPs want higher meat tax Green and Social Democrat (SPD) politicians in Germany say the 7% sales tax (VAT...
2019-08-08 TikTok videos spread climate change awareness By Kris Bramwell BBC News Users of the social video app TikTok have been spreadi...
2019-08-08 Plant-based diet can fight climate change - UN By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst, Geneva Switching to a plant-based die...
2019-08-05 Climate change: Hungry nations add the least to global CO2 The impoverished African nation of Burundi comes top of a list of the world's mo...
2019-08-02 Climate change: Heatwave made up to 3C hotter by warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The searing July heatwave that hit Eur...
2019-08-01 Climate change: July 'marginally' warmest month on record By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A preliminary analysis of global tempe...
2019-07-31 Climate change: UK's 10 warmest years all occurred since 2002 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The top 10 warmest years on record in ...
2019-07-24 Climate change: Current warming 'unparalleled' in 2,000 years By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The speed and extent of current global...
2019-07-23 Climate change: 12 years to save the planet? Make that 18 months Matt McGrath Environment correspondent @mattmcgrathbbc on Twitter Do you remembe...
2019-07-11 Climate change: How hot cities could be in 2050 London could feel as hot as Barcelona by 2050, with Edinburgh's climate more lik...
2019-07-04 Climate change: Trees 'most effective solution' for warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Researchers say an area the size of th...
2019-07-02 Climate change: Heatwave made 'at least' five times more likely by warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Last week's record breaking heatwave a...
2019-06-29 Climate change: May urges G20 to follow UK lead on CO2 This video can not be played World leaders have reaffirmed their commitment to c...
2019-06-28 Denmark country profile The Kingdom of Denmark has, despite its relatively small size, punched above its...
2019-06-26 'Triple whammy' threatens UN action on climate change By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A "triple whammy" of events threatens ...
2019-06-21 The chart that defines our warming world By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent Is this the simplest way to show what...
2019-06-06 Climate change: Emissions target could cost UK £1tn, warns Hammond The chancellor has warned Theresa May that reducing greenhouse gas emissions to ...
2019-05-30 Climate change: Zero emissions law should be PM's legacy, scientists say Leading climate scientists have called for Theresa May to make her "legacy" a ta...
2019-05-24 Climate change: Answers to your most asked questions During the last worldwide school strikes in March, BBC News asked for your quest...
2019-05-20 Climate change: Global sea level rise could be bigger than expected By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent This video can not be played Scientist...
2019-05-10 Climate change: Scientists test radical ways to fix Earth's climate By Pallab Ghosh Science correspondent, BBC News Scientists in Cambridge plan to...
2019-05-09 Climate change: Ireland declares climate emergency The Republic of Ireland has declared a climate and biodiversity emergency. A Fia...
2019-05-08 Proposal to spend 25% of EU budget on climate change Eight European countries have called for an ambitious strategy to tackle climate...
2019-05-03 Climate change: What is a climate emergency? By Lindsay Brown Newsbeat reporter A national climate emergency has been declar...
2019-05-01 Climate change: UK 'can cut emissions to nearly zero' by 2050 By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The UK should lead the global fight ag...
2019-05-01 UK Parliament declares climate change emergency MPs have approved a motion to declare an environment and climate emergency. This...
2019-05-01 Climate change: What do all the terms mean? Climate change is seen as the biggest challenge to the future of human life on E...
2019-04-29 Climate change being fuelled by soil damage - report By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst This video can not be played Climate c...
2019-04-18 Climate change: Sir David Attenborough warns of 'catastrophe' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent This video can not be played Sir David...
2019-04-17 Climate change: Central banks warn of financial risks in open letter The heads of two major central banks have written a stark warning about the fina...
2019-04-17 Confused about climate change? Talk to our chat bot BBC News has launched a chat bot to help users learn about climate change in w...
2019-04-03 Climate change: Warning from 'Antarctica's last forests' By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent Scramble across exposed rocks in the ...
2019-04-03 Climate change: 'Magic bullet' carbon solution takes big step By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent A technology that removes carbon dioxi...
2019-03-31 Climate change: What next for saving the planet? By Kevin Keane BBC Scotland's environment correspondent This video can not be pl...
2019-03-28 Climate change: Global impacts 'accelerating' - WMO The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says that the physical and financial...
2019-03-20 Cyclone Idai: What's the role of climate change? Matt McGrath Environment correspondent @mattmcgrathbbc on Twitter Unless a rich ...
2019-03-02 Climate change: Angela Merkel welcomes school strikes German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she supports school students' protests ...
2019-02-22 Climate change: Which vegan milk is best? By Clara Guibourg and Helen Briggs BBC News The popularity of vegan foods conti...
2019-02-19 Climate change: Death of the 'grandfather of climate science' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Wallace Broecker, the US climate scien...
2019-02-15 Climate strike: Schoolchildren protest over climate change This video can not be played Pupils from around the UK went "on strike" on Frida...
2019-02-06 Climate change: World heading for warmest decade, says Met Office By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The world is in the middle of what is ...
2019-02-04 Climate change: Blue planet will get even bluer as Earth warms By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Rising temperatures will change the co...
2019-01-28 Plastic or paper: Which bag is greener? By Tom Edgington BBC Reality Check The supermarket chain Morrisons is raising th...
2019-01-09 Climate change: 'Right to repair' gathers force By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst It is frustrating: you buy a new appli...
2018-12-27 Climate change: Huge costs of warming impacts in 2018 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Extreme weather events linked to clima...
2018-12-17 Climate change: The massive CO2 emitter you may not know about By Lucy Rodgers BBC News Concrete is the most widely used man-made material in e...
2018-12-16 Katowice: COP24 Climate change deal to bring pact to life By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Katowice Negotiators in Poland have f...
2018-12-16 Climate change: Five things we've learnt from COP24 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Katowice Delegates to the UN climate ...
2018-12-12 Climate change is 'shrinking winter' By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News, Washington DC Snowy mountain w...
2018-12-12 Climate change: Arctic reindeer numbers crash by half By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News, Washington DC The population o...
2018-12-08 Climate change: COP24 fails to adopt key scientific report By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Katowice Attempts to incorporate a ke...
2018-12-06 Climate change: Warming made UK heatwave 30 times more likely By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Katowice Climate change has significa...
2018-12-03 Sir David Attenborough: Climate change 'our greatest threat' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Katowice This video can not be played...
2018-12-03 Climate change: 'Trump effect' threatens Paris pact By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Katowice President Donald Trump's wor...
2018-11-29 Climate change: Can 12 billion tonnes of carbon be sucked from the air? By David Shukman Science editor Is it remotely feasible to remove 12 billion ton...
2018-11-29 Climate change: Last four years are 'world's hottest' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The year 2018 is on course to be the f...
2018-11-28 Climate change: EU aims to be 'climate neutral' by 2050 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent The European Union says it is aiming t...
2018-11-27 Climate change: CO2 emissions rising for first time in four years By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Global efforts to tackle climate chang...
2018-11-26 Trump on climate change report: 'I don't believe it' This video can not be played US President Donald Trump has cast doubt on a repor...
2018-11-26 Climate change: UK summers could be over 5C warmer by 2070 By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent In its first major update on climate c...
2018-11-24 Climate change: Report warns of growing impact on US life This video can not be played Unchecked climate change will cost the US hundreds ...
2018-11-22 Climate change: Warming gas concentrations at new record high By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Concentrations of key gases in the atm...
2018-11-20 Climate change: Concerns over report on ocean heating By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Errors have been found in a recent stu...
2018-11-19 Climate change: Report raises new optimism over industry By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst A new report on the potential of heavy...
2018-11-15 Climate change: Report says 'cut lamb and beef' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst The number of sheep and cattle in the ...
2018-10-24 Why India needs to worry about climate change A report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has warned of d...
2018-10-15 Trump: Climate change scientists have 'political agenda' US President Donald Trump has accused climate change scientists of having a "pol...
2018-10-12 Climate change: Is your Netflix habit bad for the environment? By Reality Check team BBC News Watching your favourite show or listening to your...
2018-10-09 Q&A: Climate change - your questions answered By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News Scientists say we have to make ...
2018-10-08 Final call to save the world from 'climate catastrophe' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Incheon, South Korea This video can n...
2018-10-04 Vietnam's children and the fear of climate change By David Shukman BBC Science editor, Can Tho Province, Vietnam One little girl d...
2018-10-01 IPCC: Climate scientists consider 'life changing' report By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, Incheon, South Korea It is likely to ...
2018-09-10 'Climate change moving faster than we are,' says UN Secretary General By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres ...
2018-08-30 Pests to eat more crops in warmer world By Lucy R Green Science reporter Insects will be at the heart of worldwide crop ...
2018-08-07 Climate change: What could be wiped out by temperature rise Scientists have described the serious concept of "Hothouse Earth" . An interna...
2018-08-06 Climate change: 'Hothouse Earth' risks even if CO2 emissions slashed By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent It may sound like the title of a low b...
2018-07-27 Climate change driven by humans made heatwave 'twice as likely' By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Climate change resulting from human ac...
2018-06-28 Young will pick up climate change bill, advisers warn By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Young people will be left to pick up t...
2018-06-09 Climate change: Pope urges action on clean energy Pope Francis has said climate change is a challenge of "epochal proportions" and...
2018-05-06 Afrofuturism: Why black science fiction 'can't be ignored' By Gena-mour Barrett Newsbeat reporter Science fiction has long been criticised ...
2018-04-23 Climate change: Michael Bloomberg pledges $4.5m for Paris deal Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he will pay $4.5m (£3.2m) to c...
2018-04-19 Norway country profile Europe's northernmost country, the Kingdom of Norway is famed for its mountains ...
2018-04-11 Climate change dials down Atlantic Ocean heating system By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News A significant shift in the syst...
2018-03-08 Climate change 'impacts women more than men' By Mary Halton BBC News, science reporter Women are more likely than men to be a...
2018-02-19 Nepal profile - Timeline A chronology of key events: 1768 - Gurkha ruler Prithvi Narayan Shah conquers ...
2018-02-10 Elon Musk: The man who sent his sports car into space By Joel Gunter BBC News The Falcon Heavy's boosters burned for 154 seconds befor...
2018-02-01 Polar bears 'running out of food' By Victoria Gill Science correspondent, BBC News This video can not be played Hi...
2017-11-28 Helping girls to study rather than become child brides By David Reid Innovators This video can not be played Until you see it, it is di...
2017-11-04 Climate change: US report at odds with some in Trump team The White House has sought to downplay a major climate change report, which was ...
2017-08-11 Anger over 'untrue' climate change claims By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Scientists have responded furiously to...
2017-07-19 Qatar crisis: What you need to know The tiny oil- and gas-rich Gulf state of Qatar has been cut off by some of its p...
2017-06-03 Climate change: Why isn't Nicaragua in the Paris agreement? Ever since US President Donald Trump declared that he would withdraw the US from...
2017-05-09 Climate change: China vows to defend Paris agreement Chinese President Xi Jinping has vowed to protect the landmark Paris agreement, ...
2017-01-18 Climate change: Data shows 2016 likely to be warmest year yet By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent Temperature data for 2016 shows it is ...
2016-11-23 Climate changing 'too fast' for species By Helen Briggs BBC News Many species will not be able to adapt fast enough to ...
2016-11-09 Climate change: Nations will push ahead with plans despite Trump By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent At UN climate talks in Morocco, countr...
2016-07-28 The global philosopher: Who should pay for climate change? This video can not be played Most climate scientists think the world is getting ...
2016-07-12 Climate change: Advisers warn of climate change domino effect By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Climate change could have a domino eff...
2015-11-24 Can eating less meat help reduce climate change? By Laura Wellesley Research associate, Chatham House As the Paris Conference of ...
2015-11-23 Five US states where climate change could be disastrous By Taylor Kate Brown BBC News Magazine Climate change is expected to increase th...
2015-11-18 Where are all the climate change songs? Musicians have written exhilarating protest songs about everything from civil ri...
2015-11-16 Society 'to be hit by climate change' By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst Human societies will soon start to exp...
2015-10-30 UN: Climate plans must go further to prevent dangerous warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News The UN has released its asse...
2015-06-30 China climate change plan unveiled By Helen Briggs BBC Environment correspondent China - the world's largest emitt...
2015-06-11 Climate change progress 'too slow' By Helen Briggs BBC Environment correspondent, Bonn, Germany International talk...
2015-04-22 Climate change: Paris 'last chance' for action By Helen Briggs BBC Environment Correspondent Scientists are calling on world l...
2015-04-01 Are we tired of talking about climate change? Since there is a consensus amongst the majority of the world's scientists that t...
2015-03-22 Climate change: China official warns of 'huge impact' Climate change could have a "huge impact" on China, reducing crop yields and har...
2014-10-30 IPCC preparing 'most important' document on climate change By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News, Copenhagen Scientists and o...
2014-09-21 Climate change summit: Global rallies demand action This video can not be played Street protests demanding urgent action on climate ...
2014-09-17 Austria’s Alps hit by climate change By Bethany Bell BBC News, Vienna Austria, with its sensitive Alpine regions, has...
2014-04-13 Climate change glossary How does adaptation differ from mitigation? And what is REDD? The jargon of clim...
2014-03-31 Climate change: The possible effects A selection of BBC reports on the possible effects of climate change in the UK a...
2014-03-31 Climate impacts report: Key findings A UN panel has released the most comprehensive assessment yet of the effects of ...
2014-03-25 Climate change impacts and adaptation The UN's climate panel has published the second part of its long-awaited report....
2013-09-27 IPCC climate report: humans 'dominant cause' of warming By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News, Stockholm This video can no...
2013-09-23 Global warming pause 'central' to IPCC climate report By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News This video can not be played...
2013-09-20 A brief history of climate change BBC News environment correspondent Richard Black traces key milestones, scientif...
2012-12-02 Carbon emissions are 'too high' to curb climate change By Mark Kinver Environment reporter, BBC News It is increasingly unlikely that g...