Secretary of State says all nations need to “take on” challenge posed by global warming, promising support at negotiations
Morning summary: UK leader of the opposition promises green jobs; Global Challenges Day to hold governments to account; EU ETS to be challenged by business lobby group
US Secretary of State John Kerry says he is committed to working closely with small island leaders to guarantee future survival
Veteran climate analyst Saleemul Huq has just returned from the USA, where he observed a sea change in attitudes towards action on global emissions
John Kerry says climate will dominate this week’s US-China talks, as cooperation on carbon capture and energy efficiency announced
With John Kerry in India to discuss future cooperation, analysts say USA must offer Delhi government aid to move away from coal-based economy
A small sample of the one million comments received by the State Department sketches out the core arguments on both sides
US President talks big, but will his team demonstrate commitment to multilateral process at next round of negotiations?
US Secretary of State John Kerry announces launch of Climate Change Working Group between both countries
Foreign Minister’s meeting in London arrange additional brainstorming session for officials to evaluate risks
RTCC’s morning briefing on the day’s top climate change & green economy stories
Incoming Secretary of State will meet his Canadian counterpart as judgement on controversial tar sands pipeline draws closer
Reaction from green groups to John Kerry’s official appointment as the USA’s leading diplomat
Incoming Secretary of State says global warming is a ‘life threatening issue’ and promises to make judgements based on facts and not ideology
New poll finds the majority US citizens believe climate change will be a big problem for US and 35% want to see ‘a great deal’ of action from the government.
With Senator John Kerry now favourite to replace Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, RTCC looks through his track record as an outspoken climate change campaigner during President Obama’s first term.
New data from NOAA shows that July 2012 was the hottest month on record for the US