Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has a new scapegoat for the fires in the Amazon: “cool guy” Leonardo DiCaprio.
Ireland is short of where it needs to be in drastically cutting its carbon emissions.
The government is planning new funding tools that aim to achieve the greatest possible leveraging of funds for “green investments” in order to meet the ambitious targets of the National Plan for Energy and the Climate.
Kenyan health authorities said Monday that climatic shocks like droughts and floods have fueled a spike in vector borne diseases amid strain on public healthcare facilities in low income settings.
This piece was originally published in the Guardian and appears here as part of our Climate Desk Partnership.
…The UN Secretary General has warned that “life itself” will be imperilled if the world’s biggest carbon emitters such as the US and China do not make bigger efforts to combat climate change. Speaking…
Spanish energy group Repsol pledged on Monday to reduce its net carbon emissions to zero by 2050 in a bid to battle climate change, a move it said would cut the value of its oil and gas assets by 4.8 billion euros ($5.3 billion).
Politicians have to wake up to the growing public outrage over the failure to tackle climate change, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres warned during Monday’s opening of the COP25 global climate summit.
Billionaire hedge fund activist Christopher Hohn’s call for firms to come clean about their contribution to global warming is well timed. But it won’t be that easy.
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez said on Monday he would like to renegotiate the Central American country’s debt with multilateral organizations such as the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank.