Vice-president Kamala Harris pledged $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund at Cop28, which Congressional Republicans will likely try to block
Whistleblowers raise alarm over American consultancy’s growing influence in pushing carbon markets and developing energy transition plans
Samuele Landi has been convicted for bankruptcy fraud in Italy. That was no problem for the UAE firm doing forest carbon credit deals across Africa.
Non-binary and trans people have been detained and deported at Dubai airport and being gay is effectively criminalised in the UAE
Last month, a government-owned electricity company deliberately spilled water from its dam, displacing tens of thousands
The EU has introduced a methane import standard, pressuring any company which exports oil and gas to the EU to cut its emissions
The taskforce, set to be launched at Cop28, will consider the feasibility of levies on shipping, aviation, financial transactions and fossil fuels.
After talks in Sunnyland, California, the US and China agreed to revive a bilateral working group on climate change
Backed by the EU, Namibia has a $20 billion plan to export green hydrogen. A secretive tender process raises concerns for nature and citizens.
After the UK cut short a £52m climate adaptation scheme in Malawi, vulnerable communities saw their livelihoods destroyed by Cyclone Freddy
Australia has offered visas and climate finance to Tuvalu in a security pact to counter China’s influence in the Pacific region
Experts said that China didn’t want to shut down coal mines and was likely under-counting its coal mine methane emissions
Tricky politics have hampered renewable growth and plans to stop oil and gas exploration have sparked economic fears
Developing countries made key concession to land a draft deal on funding for climate victims, subject to political signoff at Cop28
A nature conservation foundation has accused Argentine scientists of slander after criticism of their rewilding methods
After its pleas for grants not loans fell mostly on deaf ears, Indonesia has watered down its plans to shut coal power plants early
The technically complex contract was won by Alfajiri, which is based in a residential property in Canada and has only existed a few months