Planet burns: Hottest three months on record

Earth has experienced its hottest three-month period on record, as reported by the European Union-funded Copernicus Climate Change Service

IPCC final warning: Act now or face dire consequences

The IPCC Synthesis report will warn that urgent and sustained action is required in the 2020s to avert catastrophic consequences

Decision to make oil chief lead COP28 touted ‘ridiculous’ by Greta

The Swedish activist talked about how corporate greed still dominates the global climate agenda

Wales to set up state-owned energy company

This is as part of its efforts to boost energy security.

Alok Sharma leaves ministerial role but remains COP26 President

Alok Sharma will still negotiate on behalf of the UK at the coming COP27

Climate change protester sets his arm on fire during Laver Cup match

The protester, named Kai, aged 20, ran to the court wearing a white t-shirt that read ‘End UK Private Jets’ during a tennis match between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Diego Schwartzman

‘Weather extremes could destabilise entire socioeconomic systems’

Energy, health and agriculture sectors are those likely to see the worst cascading effects of extreme weather, according to a new study

There is no climate emergency, says former minister

Former Minister of State Lord Frost has condemned ‘medieval’ wind power

President Biden launches $2.3bn climate change plan

This follows 24 US states being plunged into extreme heatwaves this week

London-wide school programme to inspire next generation into green careers

The Climate Kick-Start programme, supported by Bloomberg LP and Let’s Go Zero 2030, aims to respond to the growing demand for skills in renewable energy, home energy efficiency, green finance and electric transport