Nearly 80% of climate finance is in the form of loans that must be repaid, adding to the debt burden of the poorest countries, anti-poverty campaigners found
NEWS: Aid agency says increased funding essential to provide drought victims with food, water as impacts linked to El Nino and climate change start to bite
INTERVIEW: Winnie Byanyima says Oxfam will not “clap for the sake of clapping” in Paris. It will judge the COP21 deal on how it protects Africa’s most vulnerable
INTERVIEW: Winnie Byanyima tells RTCC negotiators have detached human feelings from what is being discussed
NEWS: Oxfam scores the world on its action so far to help farmers prepare for the shocks of climate change
FAO delivers first wave of emergency seeds, helping Filipino farmers restore livelihoods after typhoon devastated crops
Morning summary: Poland has been criticised for its support of coal industry; Developed nations spend more on fossil fuel industry than climate change; Typhoon Haiyan spurs Philippines COP 19 negotiator to fight for more ambitious climate deal
Oxfam says developed nations spend up to US$90 billion on fossil fuel subsides, but have slashed climate finance support
Industry to fall in line as EU halves biofuel target from edible feedstocks in wake of price spikes and fuel versus food debate.
New reports raise concern over links between rising food prices, climate change and biofuels
A new Oxfam report examines what three high street brands are doing to secure three commodities crucial to their respective businesses; coffee, sesame oil and cotton, from the ravages of climate change.