Meeting delivers encouraging progress, but campaigners warn urgent action now needed to deliver 'taboo-busting' reforms to international financial architecture
Plus Germany unveils clean heat reforms, coal transition finance developments, and all the top green business news from around the world this week
Steelmaking was long regarded as hard to decarbonise - but a US firm claims to have developed a novel process that requires only electricity
Current trends suggest billions of people will still be reliant on harmful cooking fuel, and hundreds of millions without electricity by 2030, SDG report warns
New report reveals how carbon taxes and emissions trading schemes are curbing emissions and generating valuable revenues for exchequers
New analysis reveals that 'a handful of large corporates' are responsible for the bulk of industrial emissions - but is this a problem or an opportunity?
We Mean Business and raft of corporate groups urge G7 leaders to end trillions of dollars of fossil fuel subsidies by 2025
New World Bank President challenged to deliver on core objectives that are 'deeply intertwined with challenges like meeting ambitious goals for climate adaptation and emissions reduction'
India boosts green hydrogen ambitions, World Bank eyes new climate focus, France curbs domestic flights, and all the top green business news from around the world this week
IETA, World Bank, and Singapore government announce launch of global open-source metadata system that aims to unify carbon credit registry data