In part two of his analysis of the Kyoto Protocol, Harald Heubaum charts a course for future climate talks, asking if the current treaty is not the answer – then what is?
Report recommends creation of new defence policy board to tackle climate change and international cooperation between CIA and climate stressed nations
IEA joins finance sector, scientific community and developing world in call to action as Western governments look increasingly detached
In the first of a two-part series Harald Heubaum, Lecturer in Global Energy and Climate Policy at SOAS examines a treaty that polarises opinion like few others.
RTCC explains the workings of one of the more controversial products of the international climate negotiations
Ahead of COP 17 in Durban, Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior III represents a beacon of hope for action on climate change, say UK Director John Sauven.
Domestic progress on renewables, energy efficiency and funding have yet to be translated to international stage
Former UN chief calls for action on climate change in Durban to avoid mass migration and food shortages
Major policy changes needed by 2017 to avoid temperature increases of six degrees
Group appeals for progress to be discussed on an “individual level” just days after EU signals 30% carbon emission cuts back on the table
RTCC takes a closer look at the Clean Development Mechanism. Has this key UN policy been a success or does it simply help developed countries offset emissions?
World’s most coal dependant economy looks for commitment as it prepares to chair UNFCCC talks
RTCC provides the answers to all the questions you may have about the Kyoto Protocol – the most famous piece of climate legislation in the world.
The head of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change tells RTCC that she is hopeful real progress can me made at COP17 in Durban.