The German chancellor resisted calls to announce an increased climate finance pledge at the Petersberg Climate Dialogue, her last before leaving office in September
A surprise plan to strengthen Germany’s emission targets reignites debate on quitting coal and pricing carbon ahead of September’s election
As rich countries spend billions bailing out industries hit by the Covid-19 slump, the German chancellor urged them not to forget their climate commitments
The German chancellor made the comments after incoming EU Commission president Ursula Von der Leyen praised the bank’s progress on climate action
As a dieselgate-charged election approaches, data reveals German officials met with auto lobbyists more than once every two days to discuss the scandal
Latest draft of German plan for next week’s Hamburg meeting contains major concessions to US and opens door for coal projects to be defined as “clean”
Donald Trump appears bent on unpicking the globalist cooperation that made a climate change accord possible. Can the world’s other powers band together to stop him?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says UK and Germany have same approach to EU’s 2030 climate negotiations
Economic growth and millions of jobs at risk if German leader does not stamp authority on negotiations say campaigners
Angela Merkel is expected to win this weekend’s German election, but will a new coalition government be committed to climate and clean energy issues?
Morning summary: Reports suggest “threats, intimidation and blackmail” have been used to sideline green cars legislation
German Chancellor tells world’s environment ministers at Berlin summit responsibility to fight climate change lies with all states – not just the global north