Conservation International’s Fred Boltz explains why looking after our natural resources is a precondition for development
Amid accusations that the private sector “hijacked” Rio+20 and left as the happiest party, was the conference on sustainability really the boon for business that some claim it to be?
Water entrepreneur Edwin Broni-Mensah speaks to RTCC about his company GiveMeTap, which aims to re-introduce consumers to tap-water.
Affordable pay as you go solar power is bringing electricity to some of the world’s poorest nations.
Academics call for policy overhaul to avoid climate, energy and poverty crises.
Paraffin and kerosene are currently used for lighting by millions in the developing world – but a new UN-led LED scheme could save money and cut emissions.
Hannah Ryder, senior economist with the UK’s Department for International Development and former climate change negotiator tells RTCC why delegates in Durban need to focus on what the Green Climate Fund will do with its money, as well as how it sources those funds.
As negotiations stutter in Durban RTCC looks at what the GCF means to those needing its help and explores the role of private sector finance in its future development.
Writing exclusively for RTCC, South Africa’s Minister of International Relations Ms. Maite Nkoana Mashabane calls for a transparent and equitable climate change deal in Durban.
Former UN chief calls for action on climate change in Durban to avoid mass migration and food shortages
Africa needs $35 billion investment per year in order to provide clean energy across the continent, according to a report by UK charity Christian Aid.