Questions raised over Warsaw’s climate ambition as posts on UN summit website suggest economic benefits from ice-free Arctic
Campaigners say choice of BMW, Emirates and General Motors as COP19 hosts is inappropriate given poor pollution records
Finance, short term pollution reduction measures and implementation all on agenda for COP19 meeting
Plans to construct the largest coal plant in Europe threaten Poland’s credibility on climate change say environmental groups
Morning summary: Major economies open climate change talks in Poland
Ministers from 35 countries meet an influential Berlin summit to set agenda for main UN climate talks in Warsaw
Next UN climate talks host already working with 2015 President France. Reassures issues within the EU will not affect its influence on the talks
Poland’s government stands accused of considering new legislation to limit the influence of campaign groups opposed to its plans to frack for shale gas
Environment ministry cuts red tape but says shale gas is essential for affordable EU climate policy
RTCC explores the major issues likely to dominate the climate change debate in the year ahead
COP18: Poland’s Environment Minister Marcin Korolec tells RTCC he will not back down over hot air issue, and calls on parties to focus on 2015 deal
Deadlock continues in Doha amid increasing tension, marathon finance sessions underway and Youth Groups meet COP president.
COP18: Greenpeace say Poland has to demonstrate true climate ambition if it is to be worthy of hosting next year’s COP19 talks
Martin Korolec says the bloc’s contribution to climate change action is overstated, exposing fundamental differences between member states as the COP18 Doha climate talks approach.
Polish Environment Minister Marcin Korolec is talking down the value of emission reductions while the country is also at the heart of a split heading into the Doha climate change talks.
Committee votes in favour of dumping existing emissions credits ahead of COP18 in Doha