Global insurance partnership beefed up to protect poor from climate risks
A $125 million contribution from Germany aims to help provide climate insurance for 400 million poor people
Forests are key to resilient growth and climate justice
We are beyond talking about the direction of travel and instead must focus on how quickly we reach our destination: A world of net-zero emissions
German court gives initial backing to hear climate activist's suit against RWE
The lawsuit involving a Peruvian farmer and energy utility RWE is a test case other environmentalists are watching closely
Want to understand climate change in Myanmar? Talk to kids
Children can play an important role in talking about climate change in their communities.
FEATURE-Solomon Islands churches preach climate action
"The churches are taking (climate change) on; they are accepting it"
FEATURE-Weather forecasts help Ethiopian herders, farmers fight climate extremes
Can better weather information help Ethiopians better deal with unpredictable weather?
Should welfare recipients be first in line for scarce climate adaptation cash?
An experiment in Mozambique suggests the idea makes sense in tackling poverty
Wanted: business partners to build climate resilience
How to enlist the private sector in protecting poor farmers and their communities from climate change?
What is the best way for countries to adapt to climate change?
"The rich countries can learn a hell of a lot from us."
FEATURE-With early warning, Karachi cools a heatwave threat
Being unprepared for extreme heat can be deadly