The intenational response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the outcome of national elections, and the drive to build integrity into carbon markets will be key indicators of progress on climate over coming months, argues Rachel Kyte
Six months ago, negotiators at the United Nations' Glasgow Climate Summit celebrated a series of new commitments to lower global greenhouse gas emissions and build resilience to the impacts of climate...
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