As the Canadian federal government continues to scale back its funding for research, Environment Canada scientists are among the first to take a hit, losing 20 top scientists in the past year.
Ahead of the start of the World Economic Forum’s 2014 gathering, many are already anticipating a significant focus on climate change at Davos.
A new study aims to offer new insights into countries’ historical responsibility for global warming, by translating a their emissions into a proportion of observed temperature rise.
In order to ensure a safe climate future, the world must invest an average of $1 trillion per year in clean energy — a goal known as the ‘clean trillion.’
The mighty Pine Island Glacier, the largest single contributor to sea level rise in Antarctica, has probably begun an irreversible retreat, warn scientists.
Indian activists are calling for the resignation of the new Environment Minister after his appointment brought the speedy approval of the Posco steel plant.
Green groups are accusing the European Commission of “turning a blind eye” to the dangers of fracking, as leaked guidelines suggest it has ditched plans for legally binding regulations for the shale industry.
The UK government is “going all out for shale” as Prime Minister David Cameron offers new incentives to local councils willing to accept the controversial industry.