CBD COP11: Greenpeace warns more must be done to protect the India’s forests from increasing exploitation
Chemical giant behind HFC replacement chemicals says progress through the Montreal Protocol could represent huge climate change action
Discussions on Kyoto progress with the potential for three new members, retributions for those who don’t sign and ongoing questions surrounding the scale of emission cuts country’s are promising.
A leading polar expert has told RTCC an offshore oil spill in the region would be almost impossible to clean up and could affect vast areas of the ocean
Head of campaign group meets Russian Environment Minister to present its fears over arctic industrialisation.
With Shell’s drilling rigs weeks away from entering the Arctic, RTCC takes a look at some of the potential implications of drilling in the region.
A bill on this week’s agenda in congress flies in the face of a popular Greenpeace campaign and would open up new areas for exploitation including in the Gulf of Mexico and off the coast of Alaska.
Climate Live: 2012 Petersberg Climate Dialogue opens in Berlin, Greenpeace target Shell and more details emerge from China’s 12th Five Year Plan.
Climate change and sustainability campaigning as well as low-carbon products and services are increasingly opting for blue rather than green. Is the trend about branding or a shift in priorities for the environmental movement.
The actor and band both collaborate with the NGO in a new video depicting the plight of the Arctic’s most iconic symbol; the Polar Bear.
Kumi Naidoo criticizes leaders for failing to press for a better deal, short-term thinking and using the talks as a publicity opportunity.
NGO’s political director slams compromise agreement proposed by Brazil as an abject failure being steered by the interests of multinationals.
WWF says energy section of latest proposal “could have been written by the oil and gas industry”.
As changes to Brazil’s Forest Code are approved by the country’s Chamber of Deputies, campaigners call on President Dilma Rousseff to veto the law and protect the country’s iconic forests.
LNG and coal developments heighten risk to protected marine park, according to environmental groups.
With COP17 almost underway, RTCC’s Tierney Smith speaks to the leading activist and green groups to find out if they’re hopeful of a new dawn in Durban.
Thousands of supporters flocked to London this weekend to see the Rainbow Warrior III – Greenpeace’s most iconic ship – as it docked in the Capital. RTCC went to take a look…
Ahead of COP 17 in Durban, Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior III represents a beacon of hope for action on climate change, say UK Director John Sauven.