The global temperature rise needs to be limited to 1.5 to 2 degrees Celsius at a maximum – that's what was agreed in the Paris Climate Agreement in 2016 by countries around the globe. How much has happened since then?
Germany is hoping to phase out its coal-fired power plants by 2038 as part of its transition to a carbon-free economy. Here are the most important facts you need to know about Germany's exit from brown coal.
Coal and other fossil fuels remain lucrative despite the fact that investing in them is becoming increasingly risky. That's one reason some banks and global funds are backing renewables. Is this the start of a rethink?
Global warming-causing carbon emissions are reportedly set to more than double in price. It's a step in the right direction, say some climate activists, but others say the compromise still falls short of demands.
Burning fossil fuels to meet rising energy demand has pushed carbon dioxide emissions to a record high. Can innovation save us from global warming?
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