Energy efficiency and renewable power are big winners as fossil fuel subsidies and carbon capture funding cut.
President Obama, Ban Ki-moon and NASA all had something to say in a hectic week of climate change news. RTCC runs through five ideas to takeaway from the week.
TransCanada says it remains committed to Keystone XL as Republicans round on President over jobs.
The first in a round of polls to find the Republican Presidential nomination kicks-off in Iowa today. RTCC examines the candidates’ track records on climate change.
Panel including Governator, Sir Richard Branson and IPPC chief Pachauri meets standing Californian Governor Jerry Brown to debate climate change.
EU calls US “arrogant and ignorant” for interfering in Emissions Trading Scheme and says deal must be agreed.
The States has ‘lost leadership’ and is missing out on economic opportunities according to Christiana Figueres and UK minister Chris Huhne.
America will not commit without developing economies but expresses confidence in Green Climate Fund deal.
Acceptance of established positions has eased tension among delegates at COP17 as they look to embark on a long road toward progress.
Top negotiator calls for rapidly expanding economies such as China and Brazil to add their share to $100 billion climate change support system.
Report recommends creation of new defence policy board to tackle climate change and international cooperation between CIA and climate stressed nations
Obama administration continues to go green ahead of COP17 talks in Durban
Beijing says probe into cheap Chinese imports could damage energy and environmental cooperation
Lord Anthony Giddens laments inaction from Washington and calls for bilateral talks between China and USA.
Bloc still committed to extension of 2020 targets if other countries make similar pledges
America must invest in its renewable energy market or face missing out on a $240bn opportunity, US energy secretary Steven Chu has told a conference in Washington