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Experts from government affiliated Energy Resources Institute say 2 degrees warming target is still realistic if China curbs pollution

So-called backloading proposals to fix flagging carbon market passed after months of debate

Send your questions to the UK’s former climate change envoy – he’ll answer them on RTCC next week

Bi-lateral scheme to swap carbon credits for low carbon support growing in popularity after delays with Green Climate Fund and technology transfer talks

Experts say US carbon cutting plans may indicate how far it will be willing to go in its commitment under the new global climate treaty

The change in tone may be significant but for these feeling the impacts now, its too little too late, writes Dr Saleemul Huq of the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

UN climate chief welcomes Obama’s recent policy announcement but warns all nations must do more

Influential panel of experts call for world leaders to adopt goals to combat desertification, land degradation and drought

President says tar sands pipeline will not be approved if it will increase greenhouse gas emissions as all eyes turn to the State Department

Negotiator Oleg Shamanov says new climate agreement will be half a century out of date if it repeats rich-poor divide of the Kyoto agreement

The President’s climate change speech ticked a lot of boxes but US will be judged on its actions inside and out of the White House

Excess credits after 2020 will allow extra emissions to undo GHG savings from other EU policies, warns campaign group Sandbag

Latest update from government’s climate change advisors warns business as usual will mean exceeding 2018-2022 carbon budget

Latest comment and analysis on President Barack Obama’s new climate strategy from WWF, Norton Rose Fulbright, IIED, Greenpeace & Conservation Hawks

Details of US climate plan revealed with emissions from both new and existing power stations targeted and plans for enough renewables to power 6 million homes

Shadow energy secretary says Britain’s reputation as a low carbon leader is being tarnished by Conservative ‘political game playing’

Belgium, Germany, Norway, Switzerland and the USA offer nearly $200 million in climate adaptation investment to the world’s poorest countries

Writing for RTCC, Saleemul Huq, senior fellow at the IIED, argues developing countries are leading the way on climate action

Secretary of State John Kerry tells audience in New Delhi that action on climate change can boost the country’s development

With John Kerry in India to discuss future cooperation, analysts say USA must offer Delhi government aid to move away from coal-based economy