Simon Stiell, who heads U.N. climate efforts, envisions winding down his agency into merely a 'data repository'.
Rich nations have pledged less than 0.2% of the US$400 billion a year that developing countries need for losses and damage.
An internal audit found a US$31 million funding gap and deficiencies in U.N. Climate Change's Transparency Division.
Don't say we weren't warned: Extreme weather events and new records are becoming the norm as our polluted Earth suffers warming oceans, raging fires and rising floods.
Climate TRACE's inventory, based on a dataset of public emissions sources, found the top 500 individual sources of emissions worldwide represented less than 1% of total facilities but accounted for 14% of all emissions in 2021.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has a message for humanity: Join a "climate solidarity pact" or a "suicide pact" – before it's too late.
The World Meteorological Organization said the jump in methane concentrations from 2020 to 2021 was the largest since systematic measurements began.
Denmark became the first nation to pledge aid money for U.N.-led "loss and damage" climate funding meant to help vulnerable developing nations.
Governments must be far more ambitious about cutting greenhouse gases to avoid catastrophically overheating the planet, according to a new U.N. report.
The summit is supposed to work out a "rulebook" for nations to follow to fulfill their Paris Agreement climate pledges.
As 200 nations gathered for climate talks, international health experts reported the slow pace of reducing greenhouse gas emissions puts lives and health care systems at risk.
The world's foremost international organization for financing projects on environmental change sent up smoke signals warning that 'incremental change will not suffice.'