Has global warming really stopped?
By Mark Lynas - 14 January 18:09

Mark Lynas responds to a controversial article on newstatesman.com which argued global warming has s

Could the Stig go Green?
By Sian Berry - 14 January 9:45

Signing up Johnny Ball to talk on nuclear power is like the fur industry getting Beatrix Potter on-s

Nuclear fallout
By Caroline Lucas - 11 January 17:38

The government’s commitment to nuclear power will undermine national and environmental security for

Climate change and the future
By James Garvey - 11 January 11:44

You’ve got a choice between two sets of people: unhappy ones in an unsustainable world or happier o

Whitehall's hot air
By Jonathan Leake and Roger Waite - 10 January 12:00

A study by the National Audit Office makes a mockery of the government's pledge to achieve carbon ne

Environmental morality in the present
By James Garvey - 10 January 9:14

The burden must fall upon those best able to prevent climate change

Climate change and the past
By James Garvey - 09 January 9:35

Are we hostage to the environmental crimes of our grandparents?

A Warming World
By James Garvey - 08 January 14:19

James Garvey, Secretary of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, examines the facts which necessitate a

Bali to Copenhagen
By Mark Lynas - 03 January 12:00

Bali convinced me that agreeing a new phase of Kyoto is by far the most important objective for clim

Looking ahead in 2008
By Sian Berry - 02 January 11:42

Sian Berry looks ahead to a busy year including the possibility of running for London mayor alongsid

Has global warming stopped?
By David Whitehouse - 19 December 17:47

'The global temperature of 2007 is statistically the same as 2006 and every year since"

Tate that
By Sian Berry - 17 December 9:39

A festive protest at a key London art gallery raises the profile of poor pay in one of the richest c

The deal
By Peter Hardstaff - 15 December 14:21

In the context of current global politics, what has been achieved here is probably as good as could

An American spanner in the works
By Peter Hardstaff - 14 December 14:36

Peter Hardstaff reports on the anger felt at the Bali climate conference over the US stance on cutti

The beginning of the end game
By Peter Hardstaff - 13 December 12:17

Peter Hardstaff on how things are getting intense over in Bali at the climate conference

Mark Lynas's Green Grid
By Mark Lynas - 13 December 12:00

Should the incremental approach of Kyoto be extended, or ditched for something more ambitious? Read

Happy 10th birthday Kyoto
By Peter Hardstaff - 12 December 11:17

As people at the Bali conference sing 'happy birthday dear Kyoto' Peter Hardstaff reports on America

Dr Quack's miracle climate remedies
By Peter Hardstaff - 11 December 15:16

Roll up, roll up to hear some global warming solutions

Returning to Findhorn
By Jonathan Dawson - 10 December 14:57

The Findhorn eco-village has had to work hard to avoid becoming a 'New Age old people's home', but i

And the biggest NGO in Bali?
By Peter Hardstaff - 10 December 10:22

Who is actually attending the Bali climate conference

Liberal hijack
By Peter Hardstaff - 09 December 12:29

Who's really in charge at the Bali climate conference? It must be those pesky European liberals, mus

A depression of trade ministers
By Peter Hardstaff - 07 December 12:13

How climate change is being used as an opportunity to seek competitive advantage...

A new Kyoto?
By Peter Hardstaff - 05 December 11:44

At the Bali conference, Peter Hardstaff reflects on the differences between campaigning for and camp

International Climate Cookery for Beginners
By Peter Hardstaff - 04 December 12:35

WDM's Peter Hardstaff continues his <a href="http://www.newstatesman.com/subjects/bali">Bali Confere

Blogging Bali
By Peter Hardstaff - 03 December 12:53

The World Development Movement's Peter Hardstaff reports from the Bali conference on climate change

Greens to have a leader
By Sian Berry - 03 December 9:57

Sian Berry responds to the result of a Green referendum on having a party leader

Coal fires threaten the globe
By Lindsey Hilsum - 29 November 12:00

Under the right conditions, coal ignites spontaneously, and fires burn downwards, acquiring oxygen t

Climate change - we've got 10 years
By Caroline Lucas - 29 November 9:53

The Green Party's Caroline Lucas hails a UN report that she argues brings shame upon world leaders b

Labour's direct attack on London
By Sian Berry - 23 November 9:47

On the day she launches her bid to be London's mayor, Sian Berry rounds on Labour's plans for Heathr

Let's not shoot the climate messenger
By Brian Cathcart - 22 November 12:00

The press is accused of painting such a bleak picture of the planet's prospects readers believe noth