ANALYSIS: Funding low carbon investments in developing countries lies at the core of UN talks – but it’s not impossible
High level summits in New York and Lima expected to deliver roadmap towards global deal in 2015
Europe is in two minds over its next set of low carbon goals, but ambition is vital as the world is watching says E3G’s Ingrid Holmes
Unless national governments hone the art of influence, international negotiations are likely to suffer severe setbacks, warns E3G report
Report from E3G suggests gains won by recent struggles in the Middle East and North Africa are at risk from the impacts of climate change
Former UN climate chief Michael Zammit Cutajar & six climate experts explain how international talks can be given new lease of life
COP18: Pledges or at least indications of when these will come are a must to propel progress and trust in the 2020 climate change deal, says E3G’s Amal-Lee Amin.
On this month’s pod John Ashton & Tom Burke discuss climate change and the US elections, the UK’s barmy energy policy, South Korea’s green revolution & China’s low carbon leadership
E3G’s Liz Gallagher talks RTCC through the first week of the Bonn climate talks including equity, ambition and finance.
Falling costs and improving technology leaves politicians as the major hurdle to renewable energy deployment says Tom Burke, founding director of sustainability consultancy and a former executive director of Friends of the Earth.
In the first of a series with RTCC, Tom Burke, founding director of sustainability consultancy E3G and a former executive director of Friends of the Earth, explains why he believes nuclear power must not be pursued.
Oxford Climate Forum organiser Luke Hughes and environmental policy expert Tom Burke from E3G discuss climate communication with RTCC editor Ed King.