Bonn climate meet: developed nations stonewall discussion on climate financing
Developed countries, including US, were seen obstructing an attempt by the Africa group to submit a draft decision on climate financing
'Fossil fuel subsidies should be deemed as negative climate finance'
Experts cite examples of many countries which have begun diverting fossil fuel subsidies towards development projects
Global assets worth trillions of dollars at risk due to climate change
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions to limit global warming to 2°C substantially reduces the value at risk
Adaptation is key if Africa is to tackle climate change
Africa needs to work on adaption strategies if it is to overcome the harmful effects of climate change
Climate vulnerability could make countries pay $168 billion more in interest on debts
In the past 10 years, extreme weather events cost developing countries over $62 billion in higher external interest payments
Bond, green bond
India has finally entered the green bond market, but at a time when the bonds are not doing well globally. Have we missed the bus?
Africa Carbon Forum to discuss the continent's prospects post-COP21
A World Bank analysis estimated that not addressing climate change could plunge 43 million people into poverty by 2030 in Africa
Climate action helps companies build reputations and attract investors
Companies committed to tackle climate change are addressing their greenhouse gas emissions via science-based targets
Trump calls Paris Agreement ‘unfair’, but how fair is his claim?
Trump’s speech on withdrawing from climate deal punctuated by half-truths and exaggerations
Three reasons to be cheerful about limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees
Amid the gloom, here are some hopeful signs that we can meet our climate obligations
Why Trump is a bad businessman
By pulling out of Paris Agreement, US loses an opportunity to expand clean energy markets and create jobs
Climate change projects aren't working because communities are left out
Unless they trust climate change programmes, communities will continue to plunder forests rendering such interventions redundant
UK leads G-7 on emission cuts and growth since Rio, says study
The average Briton’s carbon footprint is now 33 per cent less than in 1992 while being more than 130 per cent richer, says the report
Inheritance of loss
Economic losses due to extreme weather events reach record high while nations spar over liability
Who's afraid of 2C?
Rainforest route to clean economy
Kyotos successor should put an economic value to rainforests. A recent treaty shows how
Last call to get climate deal right
How to rewrite the Durban script