More than 2,800 leaders from 120 countries were expected at the World Economic Forum gathering this week.
Emissions must decrease 42% by 2030 to keep the 1.5° target alive. Instead, they're expected to rise 3% by then.
As interest rates soar and the economy slows, the World Bank sees an 'enduring setback' for developing economies due to high interest rates, war in Europe and the pandemic.
Hunger caused by climate change, conflicts and rising prices threaten millions in the developing world
While you are reading this sentence, another man, woman or child will have died of starvation. That’s the message of an open letter from hundreds of NGOs.
The activist, mechanical engineer and ex-parliamentarian is set to replace UNAIDS' embattled leader Michel Sidibé.
The scandal surfaced in the aid work that Oxfam Great Britain did for Haitians displaced by the January 2010 earthquake.
Less than five years old, the treaty covers everything from small arms to battle tanks and combat aircraft to warships. The United States is the world's biggest arms exporter.