The production of artificial snow that heats buildings is Norway’s response to the rising temperatures that threaten the country’s favourite sport.
London and south-east Britain face being the losers as climate change exerts a regional impact on UK wind power costs, researchers say.
The EU must move swiftly away from coal power if it is to hit targets for reducing emissions of climate-changing greenhouse gases.
Innovative ideas by scientists and engineers to combat climate change build up a picture of what the world could be like without fossil fuels.
Problems created by climate change are a survival threat to bird species from the coast of southern Africa to the desert regions of the US.
A musical protest at the Rio carnival will stress the damaging impacts of factory farming on indigenous people and on global warming.
Dramatic increase in ice loss from the Arctic glaciers of Canada’s northernmost archipelago is now a major contributor to sea level rise.
UK researchers show how raising the water table can improve crop yields, reduce the loss of peatland soils and help cut CO2 emissions.
Biologists warn that the effects of climate change on wild creatures are creating a much greater extinction threat than policymakers realise.
Entrepreneurs bringing solar energy systems to farms in developing countries challenge for sustainability charity’s prestigious awards.
Researchers have moved one step closer to the dream of the renewables industry: batteries that can store large amounts of energy cheaply for extended periods.
The UK is poised to exploit tidal energy, a new renewable source that is cheaper than nuclear and more reliable than wind.
UK environmental campaigner Bryony Worthington says China’s positive action on climate change is much more significant than Donald Trump’s threat to exit the Paris agreement.
Climatologists say there is an almost 50% chance the Labrador Sea in the North Atlantic Ocean will cool rapidly within a single decade by 2100.
Shipping industry is ordered to reduce its climate-damaging CO2 emissions in European waters or face trading charges.
One of the longest US waterways, the Colorado River, has lost 20% of its flow since the year 2000, with the changing climate mostly responsible.