Move by Middle Eastern airport hub boosts chances of a global deal to curb airline emissions in Montreal
NEWS: Secretary General’s advisor says his office will be on the phone to those countries yet to deliver greenhouse gas slashing proposals
NEWS: Declining oil revenues and young populations could land Middle East leaders with growing headache, says study
NEWS: New solar deal with Kazakhstan could be solar boost to Qatar, but industry is still “embryonic” say analysts
Scientists say the carbon farming of trees in dry parts of the world could soak up vast quantities of greenhouse gases linked to global warming
Nawal Al-Hosany tells RTCC the Gulf region’s huge oil and gas reserves hide an even greater interest in renewable and energy efficiency investment
COP18: Arab states say they are ready to submit Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs), but have not said when they will do it or how ambitious these will be
COP18: Informal presidency stock take to convene later to establish if a deal is possible tonight, amid rumours ministers may take charge of running talks
COP18: Concerns over Qatar’s Presidency of the UN climate talks are growing after another frustrating day for negotiators in Doha.
COP18: Socialist state’s lead negotiator Claudia Salerno says support for vulnerable countries should be unconditional.
Qatar forms partnership with Potsdam Institute and forms Global Climate Forum, negotiators race to close technical discussions
COP18: Hosting the latest round of UN global warming negotiations is another feather in Qatar’s cap, but it cannot ignore the real message from the climate talks forever
Qatar climate change protest makes history, finance issues stack up for ministers and deadlocked talks stuck in a loop.
Deadlock continues in Doha amid increasing tension, marathon finance sessions underway and Youth Groups meet COP president.
Negotiators tell RTCC new battle lines are between those pushing for action to cut global emissions and those content with status quo
Anxiety at the UN climate change negotiations in Doha could be evaporated if the hosts made a pledge to reduce emissions, says Wael Hmaidan, director of the Climate Action Network International.
If you find the annual UN climate conference hard to understand, try our simplified guide to what will be going on in Qatar over the next 2 weeks