Lead US negotiator Todd Stern calls for a flexible deal that distributes responsibility in a way that represents the modern world
The fate of a global deal on emissions reductions depends on how ambitious governments are at home, warns Christiana Figueres.
Head of UK’s Committee on Climate Change Lord Deben says fossil fuel and industry lobbies are actively funding attempts to slow efforts to address climate change
Countries become latest in long line to establish emission trading schemes in effort to reduce their greenhouse gas output
Report from Globe International highlights ambitious legislation from Mexico, China, Bangladesh, Vietnam and Indonesia in 2012
Climate change and deforestation fund receives new donations from Norway, Germany and Finland
With little enthusiasm to make public money flow how on earth will the great green hope for the developing world be financed?
Speaking ahead of first ever GLOBE Summit of Legislators, John Gummer, chief of UK’s Climate Change Committee, says lawmakers are key to combating global warming
Senior Indian Minister’s right hand man Varad Pande says ramping up talks to as much as 150 days a year punctuated with ministerial interventions is way best forward
Adaptation Finance Accountability Initiative launched by Oxfam, ODI and WRI aims to examine whether funds are going to the right places and meeting real needs
Naderev ‘Yeb’ Sano says climate ambition could be raised if politicians see chaos caused by climate induced disasters
Former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger says the State’s newly opened cap and trade scheme is a “blueprint” for future American climate action
RTCC explores the major issues likely to dominate the climate change debate in the year ahead
Park Won Soon says cities are the most effective vehicle to overcome the ‘deadlock’ of the international climate talks
Former UN climate chief Michael Zammit Cutajar & six climate experts explain how international talks can be given new lease of life
UK Energy and Climate Secretary of State Ed Davey says he is “working in assumption” that European Union will increase climate change targets in 2014
José Manuel Barroso says the EU is committed to a 2015 global climate deal and expects its‘partners’ to show more ambition next year
Yamide Dagnet and Jennifer Morgan from the World Resources Institute assess the Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) outcomes of UN climate summit
Will the costs of compensating climate vulnerable nations be borne by the developed world, or should polluters in the Global South pay their share?
With Senator John Kerry now favourite to replace Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, RTCC looks through his track record as an outspoken climate change campaigner during President Obama’s first term.