With the COP26 climate-change summit growing ever closer, it's making the news more and more.
On this page, you can keep track of the biggest news stories about it.
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Document leak reveals nations lobbying to change key climate report
From the BBC: "A huge leak of documents seen by BBC News shows how countries are trying to change a crucial scientific report on how to tackle climate change.
The leak reveals Saudi Arabia, Japan and Australia are among countries asking the UN to play down the need to move rapidly away from fossil fuels."
October 11th 2021
Giant polar bear makes its way to COP26.
October 6th 2021
Voices from global south muted by climate science
As reported by the BBC, Climate change academics from some of the regions worst hit by warming are struggling to be published, according to a new analysis.
"The study looked at 100 of the most highly cited climate research papers over the past five years.
Fewer than 1% of the authors were based in Africa, while only 12 of the papers had a female lead researcher.
The lack of diverse voices means key perspectives are being ignored, says the study's author," writes Matt McGrath, Environment correspondent.
October 4th 2021
What climate scientists can teach us about dealing with climate change doom
So what can you do if you're worried the planet is doomed? ask the BBC.
They asked group of scientists who have been working on climate change for years about what worked for them.
September 28th 2021
Greta Thunberg mocks world leaders in 'blah, blah, blah' speech
BBC news reports: "The Swedish climate activist, Greta Thunberg, used her speech at the Youth4Climate conference in Milan to mock the words of world leaders, including UK PM Boris Johnson. The 18-year-old used soundbites from Mr Johnson, such as "expensive bunny hugging" and "build back better", to highlight what she called the "empty words and promises" of politicians. Later in the speech, she urged people not to give up hope, saying that change is "not only possible, but urgently necessary". Many countries have announced ambitious targets to reduce their emissions to tackle climate change. The UK, for example, has pledged to cut 78% of its emissions by 2035, from a 1990 baseline. But the government's current plans are projected to deliver less than a quarter of the cuts needed to meet the goal."
Read the article. Why do you think Greta Thunberg took this approach?
September 27th 2021
Australia PM undecided on attending crucial climate summit
BBC news reports: Australia's prime minister has signalled he may not attend the UN's landmark climate conference in November as his government faces continued criticism of its poor climate record.
In an interview, Scott Morrison said he had "not made any final decisions" on attending, suggesting it was a burden.
Read the article. Do you think its fair for a world leader to call COP26 a burden?