Scientific advisors to the Montreal Protocol will examine evidence of new sources of CFCs in East Asia and report by the end of the year
Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India want to see more action from the rich world, in a critical year for writing the rules of the Paris Agreement
As companies withdraw from deals involving Iran, fearing US sanctions, the EU scrambles to preserve growing energy cooperation
Leaked strategy paper leads on jobs and calls for environmental concerns to be ‘harmonised’ with economic development
The most powerful UN body is tentatively addressing the links between global warming and instability. It can and should do more, writes Ashley Murphy
The Paris Agreement is generating new clean industries that will offset the loss of oil and coal jobs, finds a report by the UN’s labour body
After nearly 200 die in extreme weather, national disaster agency reiterates zero-mortality goal and says toll could have been higher without action plans
DeSmog UK investigation finds secretive companies using UK’s Alternative Investment Market to raise finance for new oil and gas projects
Post-divorce environment body will not enforce climate change regulations, says proposal, but UK lacks direct replacement for EU institutions
As climate talks stall, it’s clear the UN process is no longer the major driving force of the climate transition. But does that matter?
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As negotiations in Bonn result in minimal progress on rules for the Paris Agreement, delegates look to political leaders to break the deadlock
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‘We need to ask developing countries how to address that gap,’ says G77 chair, calling for concessions on climate finance to unlock stalled talks
None of the big six are shifting fast enough to clean investments, finds E3G report, but the Inter-American Development Bank is a frontrunner
UN climate officials add a week-long session in Bangkok in September to the diary, as Bonn talks make insufficient progress on the Paris Agreement rulebook