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.
Bård Roads Solhjell says objections from Russia over the Kyoto Protocol were deliberately ignored by COP18 presidency in Doha
Russia’s team in Doha tell Olga Dobrovidova they are deeply unhappy with ‘gateway’ agreement and want UN’s decision-making process to be reviewed
Writing for RTCC, UN climate chief argues a universal climate change agreement is necessary and possible – but only if we migrate from the politics of blame to the politics of opportunity.
No agreed REDD+ text and key decisions postponed, but experts tell RTCC they still have faith in the scheme and believe countries do too
Ruth Davis, Chief Policy Advisor for Greenpeace UK says level of urgency needs to be raised among governments around world
Doha deal was hammered home in 60 seconds, but what was actually agreed during two weeks of intense negotiations?
A brief rundown of the main decisions taken at the COP18 climate talks in Qatar
Belarus, Ukraine and Kazakhstan could leave the UN’s climate treaty as a result of a late change to the terms of an extension period
Despite promises in election victory speech, there were few signs of newfound urgency on climate change from US delegation at Doha COP18 summit
Latest Climate Action Tracker, published hours after negotiations concluded reports Doha agreement has done nothing to prevent increased global warming
Christiana Figures says once Russian delegate has read texts agreed in Doha he will realise he has nothing to complain about.
COP18: Agreement keeps process on track but does not increase efforts to tackle climate change as science recommends
COP18: Russian outrage at COP decision overshadows extension to Kyoto Protocol
COP18: Environmental NGOs brand Doha climate summit as a missed opportunity, saying coal and oil industry will benefit
US response in dispute over new financial set up to issue climate compensation to worst hit nations threatens to define UN summit finale
COP18: Arab states say they are ready to submit Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs), but have not said when they will do it or how ambitious these will be