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Fossil Fuels

It might come as a surprise, but lobbyists for big fossil fuel trade associations have backdoor access to the United Nations Framework Convention on...

Clean Power

The UNFCCC’s Standing Committee on Finance presented its second Biennial Assessment of climate finance flows* to COP22 on Monday afternoon, November 7. The finance...

Climate Change

Yesterday, October 20, marked the second day of five comprising the eleventh part of the second session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on...

Clean Power

As the hottest summer on record draws to a close, the next several months could determine whether the world rises to the moment—or blows...


Exponential growth in electric vehicle (EV) sales is transforming the auto sector faster than currently predicted, with EVs set to dominate global car sales...

Climate Change

How will the nations that have ratified UNESCO’s World Heritage Convention respond to the threat climate change represents to iconic natural and historic sites...

Clean Transport

Military emissions are wreaking havoc on the atmosphere, and some US House Republicans seem content to keep it that way.


The Department of Energy is providing $1.1 billion to fund two direct air capture sites, one in Texas and one in Louisiana.


They’re not only stronger and longer-lasting. To fuel the clean energy economy, they also need to be sustainable.

Climate Change

Christiana Figueres, the principle architect of the 2015 Paris Climate Accords, is fed up with fossil fuel companies and their lies. She's not alone.

Clean Power

The latest report from RMI finds that renewables are experiencing exponential growth and will provide one-third of all electricity by 2030.

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