Follow all the latest news and events from Rio+20 with the RTCC team on site.
World Travel & Tourism Council looks at what the idea of sustainability means for the tourism industry and how to reconcile this with the environmental impact of travel.
To boost growth, governments should adopt a proactive green industrial policy, writes Harald Heubaum, Lecturer in Global Energy and Climate Policy at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS, University of London.
Investors turned back on old way of assessing a business; Sustainable businesses perform better says Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
Leading climate change economist warns flawed economics could lead to catastrophic rise in temperatures.
Government’s claims that pledges would have cost it $14bn rubbished by Cambridge University and Tyndall Centre study.
Panel including Governator, Sir Richard Branson and IPPC chief Pachauri meets standing Californian Governor Jerry Brown to debate climate change.
Hannah Ryder, senior economist with the UK’s Department for International Development and a former climate negotiator examines why a combination of science and economics could push a global deal on climate change over the line.
Business was looking for clarity from Durban. While the waters may have been muddied, a fragile framework to underpin global emissions trading and low-carbon economies has started to materialise.
After five years of climate change negotiations, Hannah Ryder from the UK’s Department for International Development will watch this year’s . She tells RTCC how things have changed since her first experience of the COP and her hopes for Durban.
Austerity measures by ten leading government spenders to hit renewable energy, clean tech and environmental protection.
Obama administration continues to go green ahead of COP17 talks in Durban