Founder of Natural Balance company tells RTCC she registered with Clean Development Mechanism in 2008 but has been unable to sell any carbon credits through the scheme
The EU ETS is the European Union’s carbon trading flagship – but as Adela Putinelu explains, there are concerns its design and framework have serious flaws
Joan MacNaughton tells RTCC Clean Development Mechanism needs finance from countries not planning to be part of Kyoto Protocol extension
Kyoto Protocol’s key tool has offset one billion tonnes of C02 – but there’s a lot more to this mechanism than meets the eye
Second commitment period looks likely to take place but low ambition, carbon trading crises and doubts over environmental integrity could render it impotent.
Andrew Scott from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) explains that UN Secretary General’s ambitions can be implemented through technology transfer at a local level
Julia Gillard’s government is close to signing up to the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol (KP2), a leading negotiator at the UN climate talks in Bangkok has told RTCC.
Clause allows board members to silence civil society as groups raise fears over openness of flagship climate finance vehicle.
Biofuels can boost US military and economy without cutting food production says Obama Administration, the Maldives turns to the Middle East for clean energy and UN says carbon price fall won’t damage flagship climate change projects.
After three days of talks on climate change cash in Bonn, the challenges have become clearer while questions have been raised over solutions like ending fossil fuel subsidies and the Robin Hood tax.
Candid comments and calls to slash red tape suggest increased urgency at the UN climate finance workshop’s final session.
In the seventeenth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports, Charles Chikapa explores the benefits of the CDM for Malawi.
In the sixteenth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports Zeenat Abdool takes a look at a solar water heating project implemented by the city of Johannesburg.
In the fifteenth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports RTCC is hosting, Zeenat Abdool, a radio journalist from South Africa visits the community outside Durban to see how much a solar heater project has changed their lives.
In the fourteenth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports RTCC is hosting, Ugonma Cokey, from Voice of Nigeria traveled to Bonn to explore how the CDM is contributing to sustainable development.
In the thirteenth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports, Nigerian journalist Ugonma Cokey, travelled to Bonn, Germany, home of the UNFCCC to explore both the benefits and the limitations to the CDM in Africa.
Following the first round of the CDM African Radio contest, the UNFCCC opens the second round of applications entitled “Changing Lives”.
UNFCCC opens new round of applications for the “Momentum for Change” scheme aimed at showcasing on the ground action taking place to tackle the climate challenge.
In the twelfth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports, David Mwanza from Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation visits a CDM project in Durban, South Africa.