Opponents slam proposals for new wider reaching carbon credit set-up and call for talks on a new international market mechanism to consider failings of existing system.
New model shows switch from coal to renewables is cheapest way for Western US to cut emissions.
Re-investing carbon tax income back into energy efficiency schemes and renewables can maximise the economic and environmental benefits, says low-carbon project developer Camco.
UN maritime body makes little progress and defers talks to October as Europe stresses time for deal is running out.
Some carriers could add million dollar profits annually to individual routes with EU destinations say The Environmental Defence Fund’s Annie Petsonk and Adam Peltz.
Bill passing through parliament now as “coalition of the unwilling” meet in Moscow.
The first in a round of polls to find the Republican Presidential nomination kicks-off in Iowa today. RTCC examines the candidates’ track records on climate change.
Decision to withhold additional carbon allowances in 2013 buoys market.
White paper released ahead of Durban talks reveals 11-point plan to combat climate change.
Country heads to COP17 off the back of carbon price victory but shadow of the mining industry looms large.
RTCC explains the workings of one of the more controversial products of the international climate negotiations
Shipping has been targeted as a source of finance for the Green Climate Fund, but could a deal at Durban mean the industry ends up paying a disproportionate amount?