Climate process likely to get more difficult as 2015 approaches, while European investors call for domestic action to fill finance and emissions gap
On the day that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is at the centre of a diplomatic tug of war, it is important to remember the cables are a powerful tool – as this selection of entries on climate change highlight.
The respectful reverence for the scientists at the Large Hadron Collider is in stark contrast to the suspicion and accusation faced by climate scientists. The difference is politics.
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.
As the Margaret Thatcher biopic movie The Iron Lady is released, RTCC takes a look at Maggie’s pioneering environmental views that remain more advanced than those of many modern-day leaders.
Two-year-old emails linked to University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit have been posted on a Russian website, echoing 2009 ‘Climategate’ furore.
The technology transfer mechanism will be up for discussion in Durban, RTCC looks at the system designed to grease the wheels of innovation in developing countries.