Egypt sets out priorities for upcoming climate summit, France moves to end overseas oil and gas finance, and yet another internal combustion engine ban date is confirmed
Australia looks set to ditch its climate-laggard global status after voters strongly backed more ambitious green policies – but can the change in government help reignite global climate action, as geopolitical challenges escalate?
Bright Blue says UK Export Credit Agency has made progress in curbing support for fossil fuel infrastructure, but bolder green financing policies are still needed
COP 27 host Egypt among first to benefit from major new carbon-cutting programme from the Global Cement and Concrete Association
IMF executive director to coordinate non-state efforts from businesses, investors, cities and civil society at UN climate summit in Egypt later this year
Social enterprise claims it was worked with 30,000 collectors to reintegrate plastic back into manufacturing supply chains
Poland, Vietnam, Egypt, Chile, Singapore, and Morocco among wave of nations to commit to ending use of unabated coal power