As the curtains close on Alan Rusbridger's editorship the first phase of the Keep it in the Ground campaign draws to an end
The Wellcome Trust and Gates Foundation say they won't divest from fossil fuels because they are happy with the ethics of their investments, but are they right?
Shell's CEO, Ben Van Beurden, has agreed to be grilled by the Guardian on everything from divestment to economics and responsibility – but will he give some unguarded answers?
In this episode we go to churches and mosques to see what we can learn about spreading the climate change message
It's time to talk about one of the biggest players in the climate change story, the US, and look at its climate denial movement
This week we head outside the glass offices of the Guardian to hear what the outside world makes of the campaign
Now it's time for the team to face the biggest challenge so far. Why do we find it so hard to care about climate change?
Larry Elliot, the Guardian's economics editor sets out to do something no economist has yet managed; to figure out the maths of keeping it in the ground. What would happen to the global economy and would we face a global recession?
The climate change campaign has started. But is the Guardian prepared for what's ahead?
The Guardian has decided to campaign for divestment, and take their assets out of fossil fuel companies, but who should they choose to target? Listen to all episodes in the series
Alan Rusbridger is looking for a new way to tell the story of climate change - but what does that actually mean? Listen to more in the series
Climate change is the biggest threat to humanity, yet journalism has struggled for two decades to tell a story that doesn't leave the public feeling disheartened and disengaged Listen to more in the series
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