Think tanks call on government to allocate money from international aid budget to tackle illegal wildlife trade, deforestation, and climate change
Leading medical body urges national branches to divest from fossil fuels and promote renewables instead
Climate Group backed initiative declares 'if they can do it, so can the rest of the world'
UN conference will see delegates address next steps towards enacting the Paris Agreement as soon as possible
With the first countries beginning to ratify the Paris Agreement, what loose ends still need to be tied up?
As cities take centre stage in Paris, Regions of Climate Action group, founded by former US governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, is to argue seed funding body would 'jumpstart' green investment
World powers promise to double clean energy funding, while business leaders are expected to announce a major new commitment to fund high-risk clean energy technologies
From rich and poor countries fighting to the question of climate finance BusinessGreen outlines the key stumbling blocks to success at COP21
A global climate deal could make a big difference to companies already striving to eliminate deforestation and bring laggards into the fold
Bob Geldof and African leaders set to join Grant Shapps in attempt to bring down barriers to solar rooftop investment across the continent
Rising sea levels and extreme weather could force 'millions' of refugees to Europe in next 30 years, warns French president
Former UN climate chief Yvo de Boer sets out his vision for mobilising increased levels of climate finance
Jane Wilkinson of Climate Policy Initiative says the world will have to align policy and pricing signals to deliver a low carbon and climate resilient future
New initiative announced as Green Climate Fund executive warns businesses that they are ignoring growing risks of natural disasters
Two of the largest donors to UN fund to help poorer nations tackle climate change had not signed formal deals by end of April
Rules agreed a meeting of fund’s board described by Friends of the Earth as ‘like a torture convention that does not forbid torture
Breaking: New joint venture with DECC will focus on renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in Africa and India
Foreign minister Laurent Fabius says agreement will not be reached if countries believe it will hurt their economies
Harper government confirms $300m pledge to GCF, despite previous criticism of UN climate negotiations
Rich countries pledged to find $100bn a year by 2020, but so far only Germany has made a significant contribution
Developed countries not doing enough to cut emissions and fund adaptation efforts, say Brazil, China, South Africa, and India,
KfW aims to 'support the development of responsible investing from its niche into the broader capital market'
Two week summit ends positively as negotiators edge towards an international emissions reduction framework for 2015
Richard Kinley, deputy director of the UNFCCC, explains why he is holding out hope for a climate deal in Paris in 2015