On the Shetland Islands, where sheep graze on peatlands beneath wind turbines, the race to restore a key carbon sink has begun
COP28: What’s ahead for climate change action?
This year's climate summit faces some big questions. Our global team of correspondents and our reporting team on the ground in Dubai are seeking out answers to those questions and many more – both during COP28 and beyond it.
Money for climate adaptation could lose out to competition from the 'loss and damage' fund approved at COP28, officials warn
Cutting the carbon out of clothes demands myriad solutions for a deep and diverse pool of brands and suppliers
Lack of access to funding for women is holding back effective climate action, analysts say
Businesses in Israel want the government to plug the gap left by Palestinian workers from nations including India and Sri Lanka
Kenya plans to turn its giant Kakuma and Dadaab camps into more open and integrated settlements, helping refugees access jobs and services
India is building datasets in local languages to develop AI-based services and tools that non-English speakers struggle to access
U.S local authorities scramble to put in place 'ethical' AI guidelines in absence of national laws
Elections fuel disinformation about India's Muslim minority, fact-checkers say, urging platforms to tighten controls