The Paris Agreement comes into force on November 4 - what is it and why is it important?Read the full story ›
The actor said anyone who does not believe in climate change 'should not be allowed to hold public office'.Read the full story ›
A British explorer has become the first to sail anti-clockwise around the north pole in a single summer season - due to the lack of ice.Read the full story ›
The backing of the world's two largest emitters of pollution could see the Paris deal brought into force before the end of the year.Read the full story ›
The appointment of Greg Clark as a new Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Secretary spells the end for a department which put climate change at the top of the agenda.
Just eight years after it was created by then prime minister Gordon Brown, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) is being merged into Mr Clark's new department and losing the "climate change" part of its name.
Environmentalists immediately reacted to the "shocking" news, voicing fears that the reshaping of departments showed the Government was downgrading climate change as a priority.
The largest ever gathering of world governments ink the deal at the UN headquarters in New York in an effort to keep temperatures below 2C.Read the full story ›
More than 160 countries will sign the world's first comprehensive deal to tackle climate change.Read the full story ›
Man-made climate change increased the risk of severe storms that led to flooding in the south of England in 2013/14, scientists say.Read the full story ›
This winter has seen some of the worst flooding in living memory. Tonight examines how we may have to adapt to a wetter world.Read the full story ›
George Osborne was warned he could be breaking law with cuts to investment in renewable and green energyRead the full story ›