UN: ‘Droughts increase nearly a third in a generation’

These have cost the world $124bn since 1998

Vanuatu supported in bid for legal protection from climate change

The UN will discuss its call for protecting vulnerable countries later this year

Extinction Rebellion camp outside Barclays

The protestors claim the bank’s climate targets fall short of UN standards

UN: Sport’s key role in climate change

The Deputy Secretary-General has given a speech imploring the sporting world to do more to enhance net zero and cut emissions

IPCC report a ‘file of shame’ says UN Secretary General

He says governments are to blame for their broken climate promises

IPCC says we can halve emissions by 2030 – but how?

The UN body has revealed that if this is not achieved, 1.5°C can no longer be a possibility

UN nuclear watchdog chief meets with Ukrainian officials to discuss safety assistance

Rafael Mariano Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency was at the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant yesterday to review and deliver IAEA’s technical assistance immediately for the safety and security of the country’s nuclear plants

Ukraine war leading to more fossil fuels is ‘mutually assured destruction’

The UN Secretary General has said countries turning to more fossil fuel imports in light of the crisis is ‘madness’

Ban Ki-Moon tells UK ‘don’t start fracking’

He has also implored Putin to stop the war in Ukraine, calling for the world to respond to low oil and gas supply with greener energy sources

Greenland ice sheet shrinks for 25th consecutive year

A new UN-backed report has revealed 2021 to be another year in which the sheet lost more mass than it gained in the winter