After a week of grand announcements from nations promising to accelerate the decline of fossil fuels, where do the pledges made at the COP26 climate summit put projected emissions?
Leaders may be going into the UN climate summit in Glasgow with the do-or-die goal of limiting global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius, but breaching that cap is not what keeps scientists awake at night
The world has lost nearly 100 million hectares of forests in two decades, marking a steady decline though at a slower pace than before, according to the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization
A dramatic shift in forest harvesting to meet increased demand for wood could threaten the European Union's climate goals, according to a study by the European Commission
European farmers and environmentalists have denounced a trade deal signed between the EU and South American countries, warning of unfair competition and dire climate consequences