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An open letter from Bangladesh to the American people

Dear friends in the United States of America,I am a researcher in Bangladesh working on adaptation to the adverse impacts of climate change, especially on...

Live: Final scramble for deal at climate talks in Poland

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Tar sands executive named as Canadian ‘climate champion’ ahead of Cop26

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Japan waters down G20 climate commitment ahead of leaders’ summit

Draft communique circulated by the host stops short of endorsing implementation of the Paris Agreement, in an apparent bid to keep the US onside The...

UK aid cuts hit developing cities’ plans to protect against floods and fires

The urban poor in Nairobi, Kathmandu, Quito and Istanbul will lose out from deep budget cuts to the UK-backed Tomorrow's Cities programme The post UK...

Coal tycoon governor Jim Justice uses loophole to leave mines and workers idle

Companies owned by WV governor exploited a supposedly temporary status to defer environmental clean up and leave miners in limbo, in some cases for...

Climate Weekly: Indian solar’s house of cards

As the ripples of Trump’s decision to leave the Paris accord flowed out this week, one of the big news items was Indian prime minister...

IEA: End fossil fuel expansion now for net zero energy emissions by 2050

The International Energy Agency has mapped a path to net zero emissions for the first time - and it involves ending investment in new...

Governments risk $340bn in legal claims for limiting oil and gas projects, study finds

Investors could use obscure treaties to lock countries into polluting energy systems and delay climate action, researchers warn The post Governments risk $340bn in legal...

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