US lawmakers ask Kerry to urge UAE to replace oil boss as COP28 president

On Jan. 12, Kerry congratulated the UAE on the selection of Jaber.

Enough rare earth minerals to fuel green energy shift: study

Rare earth minerals, also called rare earth elements, actually aren't that rare.

Brazil begins first operations to protect Amazon

The Amazon rainforest suffered during Bolsonaro's four-year presidency.

National Youth Council aimed at engaging youth in policy making: Sheeza Fatima

National Youth Council aimed at engaging youth in policy making: Sheeza Fatima

Brazil's Lula calls for regional policy to preserve Amazon

Under Bolsonaro, average annual deforestation rose by 59.5 percent.

Rapid scale-up of CO2 removal crucial for climate goals

More than 99 percent is extracted through "conventional" techniques.

Climate activist Greta Thunberg to storm into Davos

The 20-year-old Swede made a splash when she attended the forum as a teenager in January 2020

Climate activists occupy giant digger at German coal mine

Coal beneath Luetzerath is needed to ensure Germany's energy supply: govt

US climate envoy Kerry outlines carbon offset initiative for developing nations

Kerry told Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum in Abu Dhabi the aim was to create bankable deals

One year after volcanic blast, many of Tonga's reefs lay silent

Coral reefs were turned to rubble and many fish perished or migrated away.

Sherry Rehman, Justice Ayesha Malik listed in Forbes' 50 over 50

Sherry Rehman, Justice Ayesha Malik listed in Forbes’ 50 over 50

In Norway, sled dogs train and play in warming Arctic

What hurts them is when this lunar landscape turns unusually warm

Dar seeks budgetary support to cope with flood challenges

Dar seeks budgetary support to cope with flood challenges

What is the link between winter storms and global warming?

The link between global warming and heat waves is very direct.

'It just dies': Yellow-band disease ravages Thailand's coral reefs

Yellow-band disease is named for the colour it turns corals before destroying them .

The end is nigh? Climate, nuclear crises spark fears of worst

The year that humanity welcomed its eighth billion member.

Climate change threatens centuries-old oasis in Morocco

Home to centuries-old oases that have been a trademark of Morocco.

Extinction crisis puts 1 million species on the brink

Humans are driving this extinction crisis through activities that take over animal habitats.

Climate weather extremes in 2022 call for more action: UN

Climate weather extremes in 2022, such as Pakistani floods, call for more action: UN

Canadian polar bears disappearing fast: study

The number of female bears and cubs in particular has seen a dramatic decline.

China set to offer compromise to save summit nature accord

Observers had warned the COP15 conference risked collapse.

EU talks resume in hunt for pivotal carbon market deal

At stake is the EU's ability to contribute to global efforts to fight climate change

What world's nature-rich nations want out of a global conservation deal

Some 60% of the world's largest rainforest – the Amazon – falls within Brazil's borders.

Canada increases biodiversity funding in crunch UN talks

The ambition remains to seal an agreement for biodiversity.

At COP15, businesses urged to act for nature

At COP15, businesses urged to act for nature

Developing nations demand more money at crunch UN biodiversity talks

The GBF is a new financial instrument sought by low-income nations.

Still no major progress toward 'peace pact with nature' at COP15

On Monday, negotiators resumed talks behind closed doors.

Nature guardians: Why Indigenous people are vital for saving biodiversity

Hunting and butchering the animal in frigid temperatures was long seen as a rite of passage.

Activists warn a toothless UN nature pact will fail

Saturday was supposed to be the last day for delegates to work on the implementation text.

New abnormal: Climate disaster damage 'down' to $268 billion

Climate disaster damage ‘down’ to $268 billion

COP15: UN biodiversity talks billed as 'last chance' for nature

Observers called for negotiators to urgently unblock sticking points on difficult items.

Negotiators take first steps toward plastic pollution treaty

Negotiators take first steps toward plastic pollution treaty

Pakistan doesn’t want charity but climate justice: PM Shehbaz

Pakistan doesn’t want charity but climate justice, says PM Shehbaz

Sherry Rehman listed among 25 influential women

Sherry Rehman listed among 25 influential women

Crunch UN biodiversity meeting seeks to save 'planet in crisis'

The meeting follows crucial climate change talks in Egypt in November

Climate's toll on trees threatens the sound of music

The Risoud Forest is filled with spruce trees which are hundreds of years old.

How to design a formula to pay for climate loss

Let's imagine the committee was concerned only with pinning the costs.

Food of the future: London air raid shelter to underground farm

Zero Carbon Farms grows herbs and salads in Clapham

Twin crises: experts say nature and climate can't be siloed

Such destruction of nature also risks worsening climate change.

Explainer: Who will pay for climate 'loss and damage'?

The text of the agreement leaves open a number of crucial details.

Int'l acceptance of demand for climate justice diplomatic success of Pakistan: Marriyum

Pakistan's stance played a decisive role in international consensus: Information Minister

Bilawal terms Damage, loss Fund as compensation for climate-hit countries

Bilawal terms Damage, loss Fund as compensation for climate-hit countries

PM lauds loss & damage fund as ‘first pivotal step’ to climate justice

PM lauds loss & damage fund as ‘first pivotal step’ to climate justice

Establishment of fund is positive milestone in fight against climate change: Sherry

Establishment of fund is positive milestone in fight against climate change: Sherry

Maldives minister: negotiators reach deal on climate fund

Maldives minister: negotiators reach deal on climate fund

Climate negotiators in Egypt say they remain far from a deal

Climate negotiators in Egypt say they remain far from a deal

COP27 must put people at heart of its agenda: Sherry Rehman

COP27 must put people at heart of its agenda, says Sherry Rehman

COP 27: Durrani emphasizes on climate crisis dialogue among global parliamentary community

COP 27: Durrani emphasizes on climate crisis dialogue among global parliamentary community

Global community possesses spirit of unity in climate debate, lacks action: Sherry

Global community possesses spirit of unity in climate debate, lacks action: Sherry

Sherry says world needs climate finance alliance to adapt to future environment calamities

Sherry says world needs climate finance alliance to adapt to future environment calamities

Pakistan suffering from effects of climate change: FM Bilawal

Pakistan suffering from effects of climate change, says FM Bilawal Bhutto.

Disastrous effects of climate change necessitate global coalition: PM

Disastrous effects of climate change necessitate global coalition: PM

Planet Earth: 8 billion humans and dwindling resources

Are there too many of us for Earth to sustain?

PM, Secretary General of Arab League discuss bilateral ties

PM, Secretary General of Arab League discuss bilateral ties

PM says he will urge world to deliver on its climate finance, loss fund commitment

PM says he will urge world to deliver on its climate finance, loss fund commitment

PM Shehbaz leaves for Egypt to participate in 'Sharm El-Sheikh Climate Implementation Summit'

The Prime Minister is also scheduled to hold bilateral meetings with several world leaders

Explainer: COP27: What is 'Loss and Damage' compensation, and who should pay?

Climate funding so far has focused on cutting carbon dioxide emissions.

After six years, UN climate summit returns to Africa

After six years, UN climate summit returns to Africa

As global freshwater basins dry up, the threat to ecosystems and communities grows

As global freshwater basins dry up, the threat to ecosystems and communities grows

As climate shocks loom, a race to document Namibia's rock art

As climate shocks loom, a race to document Namibia's rock art

Global climate change, existential threat to humanity: NA speaker

Global climate change, existential threat to humanity: NA speaker

Charitable giving to fight climate change rises 25% to $7.5B

Charitable giving to fight climate change rises 25% to $7.5B

Growing concern over unseasonal warm spell in Europe

The mercury has been rising well above the norm across vast swathes of Europe.

Global warming palpable for 96% of humans: study

Global warming palpable for 96% of humans, reveals study

Battle of the Alps? Water woes loom amid climate change

Battle of the Alps? Water woes loom amid climate change

Sherry meets EU envoy to discuss flood-hit regions’ rebuilding, rehabilitation process

Sherry meets EU envoy to discuss flood-hit regions’ rebuilding, rehabilitation process

PM for constituting experts' committee on climate change

PM Shehbaz said that climate change induced devastating floods had caused havoc across Pakistan.

Incentivisation of consumers guarantee to end plastic pollution: Sherry Rehman

Incentivisation of consumers guarantee to end plastic pollution: Sherry Rehman

As oceans rise, are some nations doomed to vanish?

The prospect is no longer science fiction as global warming gathers pace.

Death toll soars after Hurricane Ian devastates Florida

Human-induced climate change is resulting in more severe weather events across the globe: scientists

Hina Rabbani urges global community to share climate catastrophe’s burden equally

Hina Rabbani urges global community to share climate catastrophe’s burden equally

Typhoon lashes central Japan, killing two

A man in his 40s was killed in a landslide

Mansha hopes for a climate change betterment plan as Angelina visits Pakistan

Mansha Pasha praised Angelina Jolie for her efforts.

John Kerry calls on PM; discusses climate change-induced flood situation in Pakistan

Both leaders discussed the adverse impacts of climate change.

Sherry for collective approach to deal with impacts of climate change

Sherry for collective approach to deal with impacts of climate change

US Congressional Delegation meets Sherry to support flood victims of Pakistan

US Congressional Delegation meets Sherry to support flood victims of Pakistan

Flash floods, heavy rains claim 903 lives nationwide

Flash floods, heavy rains claim 903 lives nationwide

US House gives Biden a win with massive bill on climate change, drug prices

The House voted 220-207 along party lines to pass the measure.

Pakistanis plant trees to provide relief from scorching sun

Mulazim Hussain says he has raised these plants like his children over the last four years.

Climate change's fingerprints on ever hotter heatwaves

Climate change's fingerprints on ever hotter heatwaves

Sherry urges people to avoid unnecessary travel as rains claim 77 lives

People have to stay alert to reduce causalities as a result of monsoon rains: Sherry

'Greenwashing': a new climate misinformation battleground

Many companies have vowed to reach the "net zero" level of greenhouse gas emissions.

Sherry directs preemptive measures to cope with impact of monsoon rains

Punjab and Sindh are expected to receive above normal rains: Climate Change Minister

Climate change detrimental for country, future generations sans mitigation: Sherry

Pakistan among few countries in world to face the severe effects from climate change: Sherry

PM constitutes task force to deal with climate change issue

The meeting was informed that the climate change is the biggest reason behind the recent heatwave.

UN panel to release report on efforts to curb climate change

UN panel to release report on efforts to curb climate change

UN chief: Don't let Russia crisis fuel climate destruction

UN chief: Don't let Russia crisis fuel climate destruction

World 'sleepwalking' to climate catastrophe: UN chief

G20 countries account for about 80 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.

UN: Climate change to uproot millions, especially in Asia

UN: Climate change to uproot millions, especially in Asia

'Maladaptation': how not to cope with climate change

At current rates, the adaptation gap will continue to grow

'Crisis': Climate panel flags Great Barrier Reef devastation

'Crisis': Climate panel flags Great Barrier Reef devastation

Climate activists try to block access to 3 German airports

Climate activists try to block access to 3 German airports

World must 'change track' to protect oceans from climate crisis: UN chief

World must 'change track' to protect oceans from climate crisis: UN chief

Climate hope as scientists in UK set fusion record

Nuclear fusion is the same process that the sun uses to generate heat.

Climate change: Biden's next big political gamble?

Prioritizing bold action on climate change might be seen in progressive quarters as a no-brainer

Climate change 2021: There's no turning back now

This year's COP26 inspired all these reactions at once.

Climate crisis puts oil in the crosshairs, but dependence persists

The IEA believes that oil demand is still set to rise.

Two dead in Kansas wildfires fueled by windy, dry weather

Two dead in Kansas wildfires fueled by windy, dry weather

More extreme weather hits US as Biden promises aid to tornado-hit Kentucky

More extreme weather hits US as Biden promises aid to tornado-hit Kentucky

Russia vetoes UN resolution on climate change as global security threat

Russia vetoes UN resolution on climate change as global security threat

Vulnerable to climate change, New York constructs seawall

Vulnerable to climate change, New York constructs seawall

Race to find survivors as US tornadoes kill dozens

Race to find survivors as US tornadoes kill dozens

Who will be the judge of countries' climate plans

Who will be the judge of countries' climate plans?

Grief, despair in small Kentucky town after devastating tornadoes

Grief, despair in small Kentucky town after devastating tornadoes

Climate change 2021: There's no turning back now

Climate change 2021: There's no turning back now

Govt committed to complete 10b tree project: Fawad

Fawad expressed happiness for conservation of 10500 acre forest land in Jhelum.

Climate envoy Kerry voices hope for more US-China cooperation

Climate envoy Kerry voices hope for more US-China cooperation

US President Biden calls on Congress to ratify treaty on ozone depletion

US President Biden calls on Congress to ratify treaty on ozone depletion

Air pollution in Europe still killing more than 300,000 a year: report

Deaths linked to fine particulate matter were estimated at 346,000 for 2018.

Analysis: Was Glasgow pact a win for climate? Time will tell

Analysis: Was Glasgow pact a win for climate? Time will tell

COP26 talks stumble on climate cash 'cliffhanger'

Large emitters had tried to remove the mention of polluting fuels.

COP26 urges coal curbs, faster climate action

The draft texts also called for nations to accelerate their emissions cutting plans

Climate talks soften stance on fossil fuel phaseout

US climate envoy John Kerry said Washington backed the current wording.

Climate talks back off from call to end all coal use

Climate talks back off from call to end all coal use

COP26 climate summit gears up for fraught final hours

COP26 climate summit gears up for fraught final hours

UN chief says global warming goal on 'life support'

Guterres said the negotiations will “very probably” not yield the carbon-cutting pledges

US-China climate pact: What does it mean for Beijing?

US-China climate pact: What does it mean for Beijing?

China, US unveil surprise climate pact at COP26 summit

China, US unveil surprise climate pact at COP26 summit

Little time, but 'mountain to climb' at UN climate talks

Little time, but ‘mountain to climb’ at UN climate talks

Lahore, Karachi among top five most polluted cities in world

People are facing problems in breathing and itching in eyes.

Japan, once a leader on climate, under fire for coal use at COP26

Japan, once a leader on climate, under fire for coal use at COP26

Obama hits Russia, China for 'lack of urgency' on climate

Obama told young people “you are right to be frustrated”

Climate on track to devastate world's poorest economies: study

Climate on track to devastate world's poorest economies: study

Climate crisis could give nuclear energy a second wind

Climate crisis could give nuclear energy a second wind

Glasgow braces for climate protests on global day of action

Glasgow braces for climate protests on global day of action

'It's our lives on the line', young marchers tell UN climate talks

Campaigners and pressure groups have been underwhelmed by the commitments made so far

Diwali leaves Delhi wheezing in dangerously unhealthy air

Diwali leaves Delhi wheezing in dangerously unhealthy air

UK to provide 55 million pounds to Pakistan to tackle climate change

The UK ranks Pakistan 8th among the countries most affected by climate change

Amin Aslam says President Biden lauds Pakistan's policy regarding climate change

Amin Aslam says President Biden lauds Pakistan's policy regarding climate change

Nations make new pledges to cut methane, save forests at climate summit

Nations make new pledges to cut methane, save forests at climate summit

Over 100 global leaders pledge to end deforestation by 2030

Over 100 global leaders pledge to end deforestation by 2030

World leaders urged to 'save humanity' at climate summit

More than 120 heads of state and government are gathering in Glasgow

Leaders dial up doomsday warning to kick-start climate talks

The metaphors were dramatic and mixed at the start of the talks, known as COP26.

COP26: World will try again to avert climate disaster

COP26: World will try again to avert climate disaster

Biden seeks supply chain, Iran agreements on overseas trip

Biden seeks supply chain, Iran agreements on overseas trip

Harvard's modern day Darwin warns against humanity's downward slope

Harvard's modern day Darwin warns against humanity's downward slope

Biden likely to head to COP26 without a final US climate deal

Biden likely to head to COP26 without a final US climate deal

Most Europeans think governments will miss climate goals, poll finds

Most Europeans think governments will miss climate goals, poll finds

Developed nations to deliver climate fund 3 years late to help poorer countries tackle climate change

Developed nations to deliver climate fund late to help poorer countries tackle climate change

Climate scientists fear tipping points (maybe you should too)

Climate scientists fear tipping points (maybe you should too)

Saudi SABIC targets carbon neutrality by 2050

Saudi SABIC targets carbon neutrality by 2050

Plastics to outpace coal's greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

Plastics to outpace coal's greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

Guilt, grief and anxiety as young people fear for climate's future

Guilt, grief and anxiety as young people fear for climate's future

G20 split over coal 1.5 degree climate limit ahead of Rome summit

G20 split over coal, 1.5 degree climate limit ahead of Rome summit

Planned fossil fuel output shatters 1.5C climate target: UN

Planned fossil fuel output shatters 1.5C climate target: UN

Concrete: the world's 3rd largest CO2 emitter

Cement is the most utilised material on Earth

Sticking points at the U.N. climate conference

Sticking points at the U.N. climate conference

Govt dedicated to preservation of trees: PM Imran

Every tree is being saved: PM Imran

Coming off the fence, Australian PM likely to attend climate summit

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison leaves Downing Street in London

U.S., EU line up over 20 more countries for global methane pact

U.S., EU line up over 20 more countries for global methane pact

world leaders "just talk" about climate change: Prince Charles

World leaders "just talk" about climate change: Prince Charles

What Climate after pandemic looks like

What Climate after pandemic looks like

Pakistan to play leading role in tackling climate change issues: Hammad

Pakistan to play leading role in tackling climate change issues: Hammad

World recognizing PM's efforts for environment protection: Farrukh

Johnson appreciated Imran Khan over Ten Billion Trees Tsunami Programme.

Several projects being executed to deal with issue of global warming: Amin Aslam

"The government is also working on Electric Vehicles to ensure clean environment."

Sports stars press Australia on climate change

"Like so many Australians, we've experienced the impacts of climate change first hand."