COP21

Environment in 2015: Protests against oil drilling in Adriatic, Plomin C project, Slovenian border fence

Green activists staged several protests during the year against oil drilling in the Adriatic and the Plomin C project, calling for a low carbon dioxide development policy and a ban on coal-fired...

Climate talks run over by a day as disagreements continue

Divisions that have plagued negotations over a global agreement to limit climate change prompt French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius to declare a one-day extension to the Paris summit.

Croatian activists attend Paris protests against climate changes

Green Action president Bernard Ivcic told Hina that some 15 representatives of Green Action and their partners organisations from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia would take part in...

Obama - climate change an economic, security imperative

"We still need a Paris agreement," Obama said. "So my main focus is making sure that the United States is a leader in bringing a successful agreement home."

After leaders' rhetoric, climate negotiators start work on deal

The technical talks repeated little of Monday's grand language. Countries restated their negotiating positions with few hints of likely compromise.

Milanovic: Croatia feels negative consequences of climate changes

Although Croatia's share in the global CO2 emission is an insignificant 0.06%, we feel the negative consequences of climate changes as much as the rest of the world does

Nearly 1,000 'security risks' denied entry to France since Paris attacks

He said nearly 15,000 police, gendarmes and customs agents have been deployed to the borders.

Climate protesters push leaders to avert emissions catastrophe

 The goal is to limit average global warming to two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit), perhaps less, over pre-Industrial Revolution levels by curbing fossil fuel emissions blamed for...

The many health impacts of climate change

By 2030, the direct damage costs to health will be a whopping two to four billion US dollars (1.9 to 3.8 billion euros) per year, according to the WHO.

France puts 24 climate activists under house arrest ahead of UN talks

Three of those concerned, who are in their late 20s, are suspected of belonging to the "radical opposition movement", according to information obtained by AFP.