The International Energy Agency calls on countries to bring forward net zero targets and rely less on fossil fuel technofixes
In a relatively low powered year for climate leadership, a handful of government, climate finance and corporate initiatives are worth noting
Nineteen countries signed up to an India-led alliance this month to boost production of biofuels, but experts raise sustainability concerns
The country is not moving away from coal yet, doesn’t want to hand rich nations a win and thinks the JETP terms aren’t good enough
Bolivia wants to chop down trees to grow soy, beef and palm oil while Venezuela is unwilling or unable to restrain illegal gold mining
A range of options for funding climate programmes will be discussed at the New Global Financing Pact summit in Paris tomorrow
China is not obligated to provide financial aid but has pledged to “make available’ $3.1bn to other developing countries
The first Global Stocktake will tell us collective efforts need to be stepped up to reach the Paris Agreement goals. The question is how countries will respond to it.
The EU signed green hydrogen agreements with Egypt, Kazakhstan, Morocco and Namibia to supply the bloc with the gas ahead of its 2030 goals.
The World Bank controls tens of billions of dollars which can make a real difference in the fight against climate change. A coalition of nations is pushing for green reforms.
Five countries had loan packages approved under the IMF’s first sustainability fund, but concerns remain about whether it will boost resilience for the most vulnerable nations
Polling carried out before the floods showed that two-thirds of Nigerians had not heard of climate change
Meetings of the World Bank, IMF, International Maritime Organization and Cop28 will shape climate action, plus elections and China’s reopening
After an avalanche of climate pledges last year, 2022 was when governments and corporations started to grapple with implementation
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The European Union pushed to restrict loss and damage funds to “particularly vulnerable” nations, but the definition is still up for debate