Kenyan forest communities sidelined as government misses two billion tree target

Community groups say they are willing to restore forests but have been ignored by government and rely on international non-profits for funding The post Kenyan...

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Morocco accused of “greenwashing occupation” of Western Sahara

The Polisario Front has released an unofficial climate plan for the Sahrawi people, saying Morocco has built wind and solar farms on their land...

Germany to quit coal by 2030 under coalition agreement, aiming for 1.5C path

A "traffic light coalition" of centre-left, green and pro-business parties has agreed to strengthen climate policies in the next German government The post Germany to...

India ‘cannot escape’ coal phasedown, top coal ministry official says

An estimated 13-20 million workers in India depend on coal assets for their livelihoods, raising the need for a transition plan and financial support The...

UN shipping body considers zero emissions goal, defers decision to 2023

While the US, Japan and Panama backed setting a zero carbon shipping goal for 2050, emerging economies said rich countries needed to go first...

EU’s reformed agricultural policy fails its climate goals, say green groups

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Nigeria commits to annual carbon budgets to reach net zero under climate law

After announcing a 2060 net zero goal at Cop26, the oil producing nation will set up a national council to oversee the implementation of...

After Cop26, countries must turn climate promises into action on global shipping

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