In just under a month, the most important climate talks since the Paris Agreement was signed will decide the fate of global climate action.
Oil majors are investing in renewable energy projects.
Joining China and other big polluters, Biden’s pledge of “net zero” US emissions by 2050 brings the Paris Agreement goals “within reach.”
A new report looks at the different pathways for Argentina to achieve a zero-emissions economy by 2050.
The EU could move to impose a carbon border fee on imported products.
Led by China and the US, the world could be preparing for serious climate action in 2021.
The UK might not be that much of a climate leader as the government claims, writes Jeremy Williams.
In its latest emissions plan, Japan continues to fall behind in efforts to tackle the climate crisis.
Is the UK going fast enough to hit net-zero emissions?
What are the implications of reducing emissions to net zero?