COP27 deal hasn’t protected world from ‘catastrophe’

Experts claim not enough was decided on cutting the world’s emissions

The Carbon Column – Another COP out?

Is the loss and damage fund agreement enough to call COP27 a success or have we seen another failure from the leaders of our nations

COP27 reaches a deal on climate compensation

Analysts say the biggest economies must commit to larger CO2 reductions as the UN Secretary-General calls for a “giant leap on climate ambition”

AstraZeneca commits to net zero by 2045

The company’s CEO said it was on track to achieve this at COP27

COP27: EU commits €35m to support Egypt’s Energy Wealth Initiative

The initiative aims to shut down 5,000MW of existing and inefficient gas-based power generation capacity and support 10,000MW of new renewables in Egypt

COP27: Masdar-led consortium signs deal for Suez Canal hydrogen project

Under the MoU, the companies will focus on the first phase of the project, which will see the establishment of a 2GW green hydrogen manufacturing facility

COP27: EU and Egypt sign agreement on renewable hydrogen

The MoU will serve as a framework to support the development of a renewable hydrogen industry and trade across the EU and Egypt, including infrastructure and financing

COP27: Eight countries pledge $105.6m for Global Environment Facility

Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and the Walloon Region of Belgium will provide the financing for climate adaptation in developing countries

‘Egypt is polluting coral reefs whilst hosting COP,’ study claims

An oil terminal is allegedly releasing wastewater into the Red Sea

COP27: World Bank launches global initiative to scale low carbon hydrogen use

The Hydrogen for Development Partnership will help catalyse significant financing for hydrogen investments in developing countries over the next few years