Revamped British finance institution to boost clean growth in developing countries

The renamed body will invest billions in clean infrastructure and tech across Asia, Africa and the Caribbean

Madagascar to suffer the first famine caused directly by climate change

The UN has warned that more than 500,000 people are at the highest level of food insecurity, when Madagascar contributes a mere 0.01% of global GHG emissions each year

India achieving net zero by 2070 will cost $10tn

Heavy climate finance and investment from developed countries will be critical if the nation is to decarbonise at the necessary rate, a new study finds

Nicola Sturgeon: ‘This is not charity, it is our obligation’

The Scottish First Minister has announced Scotland will increase its climate finance for developing countries by a further £12m and calls for other rich nations to do more in final days of COP26

COP26: Nations pledge finance to boost green tech in developing countries

Germany, Japan, Korea, Spain and the US are some of the countries that have pledged financial support to the CTCN – which aims to transfer green tech to smaller nations

COP26: More than $410m committed to help developing countries fight climate change

The funding has been pledged by 11 countries through the LDCF

COP26: 11 countries expected to commit to boosting climate finance

The countries will be making pledges to the LDCF, which is responsible for grants of more than $1.7bn in climate finance during the last two decades

COP26: UK launches £290m climate change scheme for poorer countries

Boris Johnson urged governments to ‘keep up momentum’ as the COP26 in Glasgow enters its second week

COP26: ‘We need the support to participate effectively’

Tanzania’s Director of Environment called for developed nations to support developing nations more in tackling climate change, placing heavy importance on climate finance

COP26: UK commits £55m to help Pakistan fight climate change

Pakistan is ranked as the eighth most vulnerable country to climate change