Climate education must be 'intertwined' with every school subject, Labour MP says
Teaching school children about the climate crisis must be "intertwined" in every subject of the curriculum, Labour's Nadia Whittome has demanded.
Poorer countries spend five times more on debt than climate crisis - report
Lower income countries spend five times more on debt than coping with the impact of climate change and reducing carbon emissions, according to a leading anti poverty charity.
Youth climate activists occupy' Science Museum over fossil fuel sponsorship
Y outh climate activists have occupied London's Science Museum in protest at its sponsorship deals with fossil fuel companies.
Climate activists 'occupy' Science Museum over fossil fuel sponsorship
Youth climate activists have "occupied" London's Science Museum in protest at its sponsorship deals with fossil fuel companies.
United Nations Warns of "Endless Suffering" Due to Climate Disaster
Next month, world leaders will meet at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) to assess the climate crisis.
Social Infrastructure Bill Has Been Gutted. Progressives May Not Let It Pass.
For those still playing along at home, still chasing the details of this long and ugly slog toward passage of a standard infrastructure bill and a second bill called the Build Back Better Act, this latest update brings grim tidings.
Biden to meet pope amid pressure from anti-abortion US bishops
Joe Biden, the first Catholic US president since JFK, says he does not believe in abortion but can not impose his views on others.
The Guardian view on a Dutch solution: make land out of the sea | Editorial
hat should governments - and people - do, confronted by the terrifying force of nature? It is the question of our age.
One of world's biggest pension funds to stop investing in fossil fuels
One of the world's largest pension funds, ABP, is selling its €15bn-worth of holdings in fossil fuel companies, including Royal Dutch Shell, claiming it had been unable to persuade the sector to transition quickly enough towards decarbonisation.
World has wasted chance to build back better after Covid, UN says
The world has squandered the opportunity to "build back better" from the Covid-19 pandemic, and faces disastrous temperature rises of at least 2.7C if countries fail to strengthen their climate pledges, according to a report from the UN.