"Winter in Finland is spectacular. Bright sunshine, T-shirt warmth, sunbeds on every balcony. Well, perhaps not quite. But it is getting there."
Companies, governments and individuals can start bringing down greenhouse gas emissions with the help of recommendations in this new report.
The average temperatures for 2019 were almost one-degree celsius above the average for the 20th century.
Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, wants the tech giant to go carbon negative by 2030, removing all prior emissions through offsetting.
More than 1 million species worldwide are at risk of extinction, and freshwater species are particularly threatened.
The IMF's former chief economist Kenneth Rogoff argues that to prevent further damage to our planet, world leaders need to address global energy inequality - and tax carbon emissions.
Installing solar panels in the Sahara desert in North Africa could provide renewable energy to millions of Europeans at low cost to the environment.
Synergy between sectors will inspire change: electricity; water and wastewater; heating; cooling and transport.
In a letter to CEOs going to Davos, the World Economic Forum urges them to set a net-zero target of no later than 2050, and to disclose their emissions publicly.
Responsibility for climate protection falls especially on those who own or run businesses. Many firms have accepted and are acting on this - and that should give us hope.
Climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution are all crucial topics that will be discussed at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2020.
Driven by global warming and urbanization, demand for air conditioning is growing - and so is its impact on the climate. Could the finalists of the Global Cooling Prize have the answer?
Even if we meet emissions targets, we will still have to deal with the impacts of climate change. But building resilience is about more than business survival - it's a huge opportunity, too
A series of weather maps shows how the country has warmed over the past century.
After pressure from climate activists, Larry Fink, Chief Executive of BlackRock, announced a tougher stance on investing to ensure a move away from coal and other fossil fuel investments.