The damage from storms, droughts and sea level rise is in the news almost daily. Some money is flowing to help poor countries, but what isn’t clear is how much impact the funds are having.
Oilsands producers can expect banks to do extensive reviews of their creditworthiness over the next several months.
The African continent stands to lose the most from climate change - here’s what local governments can do to protect it.
On the tail of yet another year of climate disasters, 2022 ushers in the final version of the Paris Agreement, making it a functioning global climate treaty. But it alone can’t save us.
Two Bangladeshi academics spoke to delegates at the Glasgow COP.
COP26 saw progress and announcements, but the commitments made by states — in addition to having to pass the test of implementation —fall far short of what the science requires.
From buses in Bogotá to cycling through Cambridge, we can learn valuable lessons from how countries across the world deliver sustainable transport.
Listen to the fifth and final episode of a series from The Anthill Podcast, reporting from what happened at the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow.
The financial outcome of COP26 is a glass half full, but it’s not far from a failure.
Research on the front lines of climate change highlights the need to address the mental health outcomes of extreme weather events.
The world promised progress at the Glasgow climate conference. Now it has to turn those promises into reality. A former senior UN official describes what to watch for in the coming year.
Loss and damage – the three words which define the COP26 Glasgow summit’s disappointing outcome.
Pitched at an initial US$8.5 billion, the partnership has the potential to be one of the largest individual climate finance transactions to date. But can a just transition be achieved?
The press releases sound promising, but the negotiations have a long way to go. Here’s what’s ahead at the midpoint of the COP26 climate talks.
Banks are making inroads with investments, but that’s only one third of their activity.
Early investments generate rapid cost reductions, while further delay simply slows innovation and compounds the climate crisis.
Clean energy innovation, giving up coal, cutting methane and getting China and India on board for net-zero can deliver progress at COP26.
New Zealand has announced a more ambitious pledge to cut emissions, but the commitment relies on buying credits from offshore. There is no system for doing this yet, or for ensuring genuine cuts.
Helping developing nations pay for the expensive work of emissions reduction and adaptation benefits everyone on the planet.
Five aspects need attention if African governments are to be able to mitigate, adapt to and manage climate change in the coming critical decade.