Ban Ki-Moon slams delay on climate finance

‘We have no time to lose,’ the former UN Secretary-General said

COP15: Countries pledge funds to protect biodiversity

However, mobilising funds for developing nations has been a sticking point for some countries

UN: ‘20m jobs could be created by climate investment’

Investing in nature-based solutions is the key to green jobs in developing nations, a report claims

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

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

Norway steps up 2030 emissions reduction target

The government has also committed to present annual climate action plans that will set out how the nation intends to achieve its goals

Kenyans call on richer countries to pay for climate change

People have taken to the streets of Nairobi, calling for the world’s developed countries to pay for climate change and its impacts

IEA and partners launch new tool to track borrowing costs for energy projects

The IEA estimates reducing financing costs by 2% would bring down the investment needed to reach net zero emissions in emerging and developing economies by $16tn until 2050

Calls for World Bank President to quit after climate denial

David Malpass has been labelled a ‘climate denier’ by many for not accepting the human impact on climate change

‘Fossil fuel profits must be taxed for climate change’, says UN Chief

Guterres is calling for those struggling with the energy crisis and the climate itself to receive support