Youth Profile #19: As part of RTCC’s youth profile series we spoke to the AYCM about why Arab countries must take the lead on climate change as Qatar host this year’s UN conference.
COP18 President Al-Attiyah casts doubt on ambitions to avoid 2C warming, claiming shale gas is “good news” and will ensure global energy security for the next 300 years.
Bloc comes under fire from airlines following its decision to suspend the inclusion of international airlines in its carbon trading scheme for one year.
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Unmitigated climate change will have ‘potentially devastating effects’ on global water security, according to a paper presented to the United Nations by Qatar’s government
In the latest podcast by the UK’s Youth Climate Coalition, three members of the group heading to Qatar talk about the size, complexity and challenges that the COP18 negotiations present.
Vice-President Li Keqiang calls on COP18 hosts Qatar to take up the cause of developing nations at the forthcoming climate talks in Doha.
Nine months on from what was billed as an ‘historic’ Durban Platform agreement, the UN climate change talks look in danger of sliding backwards again.
The Gulf state’s petrodollars look to use sport and raw ambition to drive sustainable development at home and abroad and create climate solutions.
RTCC analyses what has been achieved at the 2012 UNFCCC Bonn Climate Conference
As nations prepare to gather in Bonn next week, an argument is brewing over the respective treatment of developing and developed countries.