Whistleblowers raise alarm over American consultancy’s growing influence in pushing carbon markets and developing energy transition plans
The West African nation is preparing to import LNG under a long-term agreement with Shell which critics say Ghana doesn’t need and can’t afford.
Commission members, scientists and youth advisors are concerned the body is justifying techno-fixes to the climate crisis
Joe Biden urged leaders of major emitting economies to step up efforts to roll out zero-emission vehicles, cut methane emissions and deploy carbon capture technologies
Indigenous people in Nicaragua have accused a Green Climate Fund project of exacerbating violence with settlers invading their land
Six Asian countries will share two seats on the committee due to start work on establishing a fund for climate victims
The CEO of the Climate Investment Funds has been picked to head the Green Climate Fund as its board faces its first complaint case
The bloc has made achieving a global phase out of coal, oil and gas “well ahead of 2050” a priority of its climate diplomacy
Researchers are working with eight developing countries to pool resources and respond to climate disasters with local solutions
Campaigners have warned the exemption risks setting an incentive for increased logging in Europe’s corner of the Amazon forest.
AIIB’s fast-tracking of a 600MW LNG plant could set a precedent for more development finance to fossil gas projects, campaigners warn
German support for any of the projects would breach a pledge made last year to stop funding coal, oil and gas projects overseas from 1 January
The Gulf oil and gas exporter is going big on renewable energy investment and food security, while expanding hydrocarbon production
The Pacific island nation says 100 countries back its call for the International Court of Justice to advise on states’ climate obligations