An internal audit found a US$31 million funding gap and deficiencies in U.N. Climate Change's Transparency Division.
Government plans would blow past limits needed to limit warming to 1.5° Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
The first-of-its-kind provision cites an “urgent need for the international community to address the challenges and concerns raised by autonomous weapons systems."
Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber insists the world's seventh largest oil producer sees the 1.5° climate goal as its "North Star."
A new report's evidence of threats and retaliation extends to 12 of the U.N. Human Rights Council's 47 member nations.
New measurements show a dramatic decline in the health of glaciers and sea ice, perpetuating the cycle of warming.
African leaders say they have a market-based plan to fight human-caused global warming that will spread economic development among millions of people on the continent.
In the recording, UAE officials anticipate a need to "minimize" attacks on the Gulf nation's human rights record when it hosts COP28 in Dubai later this year.
'Extremely high water stress' afflicts 83% of the population in the Middle East and North Africa and 74% in South Asia.
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.
"Let's face facts. The problem is not simply fossil fuel emissions. It's fossil fuels – period," he said.
Syrian President Bashar Assad, formerly ostracized by most Arab nations, was warmly readmitted to the Arab League.
A U.N. Security Council resolution calls on Afghanistan's de factor rulers to quickly restore the rights of women and girls to 'full, equal, meaningful and safe' participation in society.
With COP27 not yet finished and so much 'controversy' to consider, it is too early to debate the outcomes. But there's more to the story than meets the eye. A climate change and sustainability expert explores some of the less-reported aspects of COP27, including its less-than-savory side.