Known internationally as one of Africa’s climate champions, President Ruto faces a legal challenge over plans to restart commercial forestry
Projects in India linked to Enking, the self-proclaimed world’s largest carbon credits producer, have vastly overestimated climate benefits
The US, which long opposed a fund, wants it to focus on a narrow set of disasters in a small number of countries
The Slovakian will replace Frans Timmermans as the EU’s lead on climate, at home and abroad
Germany, Europe’s largest economy, is failing to cut emissions in the transport and building sector, a report by government climate advisers shows.
Around 60% of voters said oil reserves in the Yasuní National Park should be left in the ground in binding vote
China is the world’s biggest manufacturer of renewable energy equipment and is making plans for how to dispose of it once it stops working
The launch of the Jetp investment plan has been hampered by disagreements over funding and technical challenges
The CEO of Occidental Petroleum has said that direct air capture is a way of prolonging the life of the oil industry
The Belem Declaration echoes growing discontent with a new law prohibiting firms from importing goods linked to deforestation
Data from the Indonesian government suggests efforts to restore peatlands, a key part of the country’s climate strategy, do not match government claims.
Eight South American nations agreed on a list of joint actions to protect the Amazon rainforest, but failed to mention a long-awaited target to halt deforestation.
Economic models have ignored tipping points, rainfall changes and indoor work, leading them to under-estimate climate change’s economic damage
Climate Home News has identified more than 30 mining industry representatives in the official state delegations at last month’s momentous UN talks
Colombia wants to restrict oil production while the Brazilian government is divided on the issue
The Energy Charter Treaty, which Spain is trying to leave, protects investments in fossil fuels and in renewables
The West African nation is preparing to import LNG under a long-term agreement with Shell which critics say Ghana doesn’t need and can’t afford.
The government is cutting climate finance, backing oil production and opposing air pollution measures in an attempt to win next year’s election