Germany is not doing all it can to cut back energy use and increase economic pressure on Russia, argues Arne Jungjohann.
Two reports published in the US look seriously at the practicalities and responsibilities of altering the ocean to tackle the climate crisis.
Analysis: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, a German minister wants to increase fossil fuel production ￼
German minister calls for increasing fossil fuel production.
The Pakistani prime minister is visiting Moscow as Russia looks for new clients to build infrastructure, and Pakistan seeks a steady supply of natural gas. Meanwhile, renewable energy is being sidelined.
President-elect Gabriel Boric’s new government must address issues of decarbonisation, water crisis and lithium nationalisation, all while rewriting the country’s constitution.
How Paris’s Champs Élysées is becoming more people friendly.
As foreign investors turn away from coal, an internal struggle is taking place over Vietnam’s energy path.
The Central American nation has secured more than US$135 million in finance for nature in recent years, another leaf in its conservation success story.
Investment from Chinese and international oil majors could transform Guyana’s economy – with attendant climate and governance risks.
The Bolsonaro government’s new coal plans face barriers to funding and worsen the country’s already worn-out image at COP26.