NEWS: Predictions based on 2015 GDP growth suggest world will continue on course to exceed 2C warming threshold
Green groups give broad welcome to world’s toughest CO2 limits for cars and vans
EU energy commissioner Günther Oettinger condemns the EU’s 2030 package, which he presented last week
US president’s climate ambition faces tough test as mid-term elections and hostile Congress limit room to manouevre in 2014
China and Mexico latest to bring trading schemes online as countries eye greenhouse gas reductions
Study published in Science indicates Pacific is now warming 15 times faster than any time in last 10,000 years
Cuts to historic CO2 emissions need to be made immediately
Morning summary: Brazil greenhouse gas emissions are the lowest in 20 years; IPCC needs to be more courageous when presenting findings at COP19
Last year’s rise in carbon dioxide less than half average annual increase in previous decade say researchers
Germany accused of “sharp practice” as country blocks another EU attempt to enforce tighter emission standards for cars
EU will discuss changes to the carbon market to allow the bloc to meet its 2030 emissions reduction goals
The state-owned bank’s true carbon emissions have been revealed to be 18 times the total emissions of Scotland
Carbon Disclosure Project and WWF say they can make carbon cutting attractive to the corporate world
In a Rio+20 special, we take a look back over at the news over the last seven days from both the Earth Summit negotiations and beyond to find out what we can learn from events this week.
At the ICLEI Resilient Cities conference in Bonn, 40 of the world’s most populous cities have launched a programme to measure, report and verify their carbon emissions.
With the US report emissions rises of 3.2 per cent in 2010 compared to the previous year, what chances to countries struggling to get out of recession have at meeting their Kyoto Commitments.