Could petrostate UAE be the climate summit host that lands an international agreement to exit coal, oil and gas?
Annual emissions may have just peaked but the world’s temperature will keep rising until we reach net zero
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
Developing and developed countries are wrangling over whether finance should be included in an adaptation framework to be approved 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
Betts was the EU’s chief negotiator when the Paris Agreement was signed. He has died a year after being diagnosed with cancer.
Developing countries are outraged by a proposal to host a climate loss and damage fund at the World Bank, painting it as a US power grab
The 27 member states agreed to pursue a tripling of renewable energy by 2030 but softened language on phasing out fossil fuels
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On the sidelines of the UN general assembly, rich and poor countries were divided on how to deliver funds to victims of the climate crisis
While “ambitious” countries made few new announcements, the US, China, India and the UK had not offered enough to even sit in the room