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UK called to explain no-deal Brexit impact on power prices

A House of Lords committee was unsatisfied by minister Claire Perry's testimony last month The post UK called to explain no-deal Brexit impact on power...

Climate Weekly: Green India? A reality check

Has solar won the competition with coal in India? Not yet.Despite record low solar power prices and a hiatus in coal plant construction, the...

Coal power pipeline shrinks dramatically in boon for climate

The capacity of coal plants in pre-construction planning worldwide nearly halved in 2016, boosting hopes of averting dangerous climate change.After a decade-long coal boom, government...

Asset managers worth $15 trillion make climate risk promise to Macron

The French president gathered the world's biggest investors on Thursday to push them to back climate-friendly projects The post Asset managers worth $15 trillion make...

Finally saying the F-words at UN climate talks 

International negotiations have always focused on carbon emissions, not the coal, oil and gas that create them. That's changing The post Finally saying the F-words...

UK climate diplomacy ‘already happening’ for Cop26 despite leadership vacuum

The UK's top climate diplomat said the country had been able to do 'a huge amount' of pre-diplomacy work despite the lack of a...

Saudi row over 1.5C science raises frustration with UN consensus model

Diplomats are losing patience with players like Saudi Arabia blocking progress at international climate talks, instead looking to other forums for action The post Saudi...

France sets up independent climate council to advise government

Inspired by the UK's Committee on Climate Change, the group of 13 experts will hold the government to account for aligning with the Paris...

Club of Rome president: climate sanctions on US ‘a lovely idea’

Americans are going to learn the hard way that Donald Trump is a “loser” but carbon taxes against US goods would be “a lovely...

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