As carbon credits face intense scrutiny, negotiators will wrangle over how to ensure the integrity of a new global carbon market
The Cop28 team must show leadership on fossil fuel phase-out, renewable and energy efficiency, finance, climate plans and loss and damage
Could petrostate UAE be the climate summit host that lands an international agreement to exit coal, oil and gas?
Samuele Landi has been convicted for bankruptcy fraud in Italy. That was no problem for the UAE firm doing forest carbon credit deals across Africa.
Annual emissions may have just peaked but the world’s temperature will keep rising until we reach net zero
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The EU has introduced a methane import standard, pressuring any company which exports oil and gas to the EU to cut its emissions
After talks in Sunnyland, California, the US and China agreed to revive a bilateral working group on climate change
Experts said that China didn’t want to shut down coal mines and was likely under-counting its coal mine methane emissions
Developing and developed countries are wrangling over whether finance should be included in an adaptation framework to be approved at Cop28
Developing countries made key concession to land a draft deal on funding for climate victims, subject to political signoff at Cop28
The climate minister of Pacific Island Vanuatu says those choosing the Cop31 host should examine Australia’s gas expansion plans
Climate Home analysed how highly-publicised commitments are faring two years on from their announcement
The technically complex contract was won by Alfajiri, which is based in a residential property in Canada and has only existed a few months
Wars harm climate action because large militaries emit a lot and military spending diverts money away from tackling climate change
Bangladeshi scientist and campaigner Saleemul Huq attended every UN climate summit and championed the cause of developing countries
A renewable energy target will be debated at Cop28 but financial reforms are needed for the Global South outside China to meet that target
Betts was the EU’s chief negotiator when the Paris Agreement was signed. He has died a year after being diagnosed with cancer.