One man is blocking the Biden administration's plans for bolder climate action, and with the clock ticking down to the midterms he could seriously dent global decarbonisation efforts
World leaders, top businesses, and investors unite in welcoming new US administration's commitment to global climate action, as return to Paris Agreement is backed by raft of new green policy measures
Amidst historic chaos in Washington, the Democrat's Senate victory has provided a major boost to hopes for a new era of global climate action – but can they be realised?
As Andrew Warren argues, the high profile re-run election for Georgia's two Senate seats could yet determine the direction of US - and by extension global - climate efforts for years to come
President Trump may have raged against Paris Agreement, but the rest of the G20 simply reaffirmed plans to ramp up national climate strategies and phase out inefficient fossil fuel subsidies
From international co-operation on climate change to tougher regulation of financial markets, a Biden administration has the potential to turbocharge a massive new global wave of green investment
But experts warn that without control of the Senate the President-elect may struggle to deliver on his promised net zero strategy and green recovery package
Democrat says he is confident campaign is on course for victory, as Donald Trump launches legal action to contest results in key states