European Parliament's vote against carbon market reforms shows strong domestic action is more important than ever, argues WWF's Nick Molho
The European Parliament's vote this week against delaying the release of some 900 million carbon allowances (known as the "back-loading" proposal) is disappointing on several grounds. Not only did it...
COP25 hosts Chile insists a workable compromise must be found, but Brazil, the US and Australia stand accused of trying to neuter agreement
COP25 talks likely to spill into extra time as EU, smaller nations and business urge for robust Paris Agreement rules in face of US, Brazil and Australian opposition
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Who's in and who's out following the historic Conservative victory