Thousands took to the streets around the world although some events could muster only a handful of participants.
Australia has been outed by one neighbour as having pushed to water down language on emissions pledges.
- by David Wroe
Environment Minister Melissa Price said she supports the construction of a new coal-fired power station and believes Australia will meet its Paris accord targets.
- by Nathan Hondros
The Coalition's internal climate war risks damaging the economy after Europe declared the terms of rejecting a $15 billion trade deal.
- by Nicole Hasham
The Morrison government is under pressure from Pacific leaders to sign a pledge of support for the Paris climate accord.
- by Fergus Hunter
From Howard to Turnbull, each played opportunistic politics with an issue upon which most Australians are united. Each of them failed and fell. Morrison is unlikely to do much better.
- by John Hewson
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is facing his first foreign policy test ahead of a regional visit next week, as Pacific leaders urge him to deepen Australia’s cuts to greenhouse gas emissions and cement Australia’s commitment to the Paris agreement on climate change.
- by David Crowe & Fergus Hunter
Businesses need regulatory certainty, whatever side of the energy debate they're on.
- by Scott Phillips
The states and territories might have their chance to shine.
- by Frank Jotzo
Governments can cap temperatures below the strict 1.5-degree ceiling agreed in 2015 only with "rapid and far-reaching" transitions in the world economy, the report says.
- by Alister Doyle
If the acceleration continues, some of scientists' worst fears about rising oceans could be realised, leaving low-lying cities and communities increasingly at risk.
- by Chris Mooney