Deadlier than Covid, or even rivalling cancer? Researchers have been increasingly attempting to calculate the effect climate change will have on health if the world does not act quickly to reduce carbon emissions.
He is Vladimir Putin’s most outspoken opponent but Alexei Navalny is now languishing in a Russian prison. What does the future hold for Russia and for its opposition?
Facing certain imprisonment, Alexei Navalny returns to Russia. AFP was with him on the plane, but who is this man some call a hero and others denounce as a nationalist or Western agent?
Who is Alexei Navalny? What do we know about his poisoning? Is there any real opposition left in Russia? And do we have anything to fear from Russia? The answers are to be found in this AFP podcast series
The COP26 climate talks resuming Monday have so far unfolded on parallel planes, with high-level announcements stage-managed by host Britain riding roughshod over a laborious UN process built on consensus
As #COP26 begins, a question looms: will the summit resemble the Copenhagen debacle of 2009 or Paris six years later which led to the first climate treaty in which all nations vowed to shrink their carbon footprint?
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