A proposed $500 million annual fund for climate innovation in shipping is welcome, but falls far short of a strategy to cut rising emissions
Sea breezes have protected Mumbai from air pollution, but a new coastal road will send exhaust fumes from 200,000 cars each day drifting across the city
NEWS: Money for coal, roads and airports will hurt climate goals warn analysts at UK environmental consultancy E3G
COMMENT: As UN climate talks take place in Lima, inadequate housing and public transport are contributing to climate change
NEW: Roadmap endorsed by 42 African countries sets stage for green transport transition across Africa
NEWS: A campaign is underway in US and Canada to get stickers on gas pumps warning about the impacts of climate change
EU proposal to drop curbs on imported fuels could boost CO2 emissions from transport by 32 megatonnes
For thirty days, residents of Suwon city in South Korea agreed to swap their cars for a eccentric collection of bicycles
MEPs to decide on transport limits for crop based biofuels with hunger, indirect land use change and carbon emissions topping agenda
Arnold Schwarzenegger says positive messages not guilt are key to selling climate policies
UN talks this week aimed at cutting the climate impact of aviation and shipping but support from the US will be crucial
The CarbonDiem app allows users to monitor their impact on climate change by tracking the scope and mode of their transport
Army moves in to break up rocks on river bed as water levels fall below safe levels for barges
The Fliz relies purely on people power, just like the bicycle’s fore-runner, the velocipede – but is it really an eco answer to congested towns?
Good progress is being made towards a deal on shipping emissions, despite the conflicting ambitions of the International Maritime Organisation and UN climate change agency
The London 2012 fleet is bringing new carbon-cutting technology to the roads, from efficient diesel, hybrid and electric cars but can these technologies leave their own Olympic legacy.
The city faces regular gridlock but the challenge of accommodating the Olympics could trigger the innovation needed to keep the city moving full time.
Groups including Oxfam and Greenpeace weigh in as politicians and lobby groups raise the stakes and trade increasingly bold accusations.