The Church of England has set a target to cut its carbon emissions to net-zero by 2030.
Natural ways of reducing carbon emissions to zero including restoring native woodlands are better than "science fiction" climate schemes such as mirrors in space, a charity has urged.
Campaigners have challenged the Scottish Government to go further and faster to tackle climate change and help protect the world’s poorest people from extreme weather and famine.
Plans to roll out as much as 300 gigawatts of renewable energy across Africa by 2030 - twice the continent’s total supplies - have been announced.
“I now live in a visible world”, says 62-year-old Tanzanian farmer Elizabeth Mukwimba, whose life has been transformed by access to electricity through solar power.
Coal power plants are not the solution to help billions of people without electricity or clean cooking facilities, aid agencies have warned.