Today at COP27 has seen a flurry of reports and announcements that highlight need for a range of actors to come together to help the Global South transition away from coal, oil, and fossil gas
IEA reports that global energy-related carbon emissions set to rise by under one per cent this year, fuelling hopes peak emissions could be close
Joint IEA, IRENA, and UN assessment of COP26 Breakthrough Agenda sets out priorities for collaborative climate action between businesses and governments
The IEA has released its first ever evaluation of global energy employment both today and in the future - BusinessGreen takes a deep dive
IEA and OECD reiterate calls for governments to shift investment away from fossil fuels and towards low carbon energy as 'only lasting solution to global energy crisis'
Most decarbonisation pathways claiming to be compatible with the climate agreement show a strong continuing reliance on natural gas and coal, explain academics Robert Brecha and Gaurav Ganti
Climate Analytics study warns global decarbonisation pathways published by BP, Royal Dutch Shell and Equinor are not in line with Paris Agreement
Latest data from BloombergNEF reveals 11 per cent increase in global renewable energy financing, as investment reaches record levels - is a tipping point being reached?
Plus Germany energy efficiency funding, global coal demand rises, and the rest of the top green business news from around the world this week