New Delhi smog rivals 1952 London'

Pollution levels in the Indian capital this month have rivalled 1952 London' when smog killed around 4,000 people.

Gazan turbines overcome Israeli blockade

Gaza can only meet around 60 per cent of its own energy needs.

Compensation off the table at COP climate talks

Negotiators dodge 'loss and damage', but climate models can now point to responsibility for individual companies.

Resilience from people on the edge of global change

Mongolia's herders and Madagascar's fishermen share challenges and strategies for adapting to a changing environment.

Q&A: Africa needs to lead on the 'quantum revolution'

Thierry Zomahoun argues that African countries are well placed to seize the next technological revolution.