High per capita greenhouse gas emissions have contributed to the poor result in a global report.
- by Fergus Hunter
New Foreign Minister Marise Payne has acknowledged she will carry the baggage of “an extremely difficult week” over Australia’s approach to climate change when she faces Pacific island leaders.
- by David Wroe
Nicholas Hulot, a former TV presenter and green activist who consistently scored high in opinion polls, quit during a live radio interview following what he called an "accumulation of disappointments".
- by Laurence Frost & Geert De Clercq
The planet is at risk of entering an irreversible "hothouse" climate, according to an international study involving ANU scientists.
- by Blake Foden
If global greenhouse gas emissions continue at their current pace, scientists say, heat in India could reach a level the human body can't tolerate.
- by Somini Sengupta
An ANU study of more than 400 year 7 students have found more than 80 per cent agreed global warming is happening now and caused by humans.
- by Andrew Brown
Bob Murray, chief executive of an Ohio-based coal company, sent the Trump administration drafts of executive orders. All the President had to do was sign them.
CSIRO chief said he learned of the Turnbull government's plan to funnel $444 million for Great Barrier Reef research to a non-profit group in "a rumour".
- by Peter Hannam