‘Sometimes I get intimidated’: first-timers at UN climate talks

Thirty young people from developing countries have won grants to attend UN climate change talks in Bonn, Germany, this year. Funded by the German government, the Global...

‘Sometimes I get intimidated’: first-timers at UN climate talks

Thirty young people from developing countries have won grants to attend UN climate change talks in Bonn, Germany, this year. Funded by the German government, the Global...

Marshall Islands president says shipping registry supports climate action

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Indigenous peoples given a voice at UN climate talks

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Your greatest hope against climate change is standing beside you

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France will replace US funding for UN climate science panel, says Macron

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Video: Palau to raise Adani coal mine with Australia

The minister of environment for Palau will seek a meeting with his Australian counterpart Josh Frydenberg to discuss a giant Indian-owned coal mine proposed for...

Green Climate Fund simplifies application process for small projects

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has launched a simplified application process to help developing countries get access to funding for small-scale climate projects. In response...

China, India policies improve global warming outlook: analysis

The outlook for curbing global warming has improved since last year as a result of policy moves in China and India, analysts said on...

Climate talks fight leads to concessions to developing countries

A wrangle over the climate commitments made by rich countries before 2020 has resulted in several concessions to developing countries. Climate talks in Bonn have been...

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