‘None of the G20 are cutting carbon quick enough’

Most countries actually saw increases in emissions

Paris target of 1.5°C now ‘unachievable’, says professor

But it’s “not sacred”, he claims

Oil and gas giants’ carbon projections ‘incompatible with Paris Agreement’

bp, Shell and Equinor’s climate scenarios don’t keep temperature rises to 1.5°C, researchers claim

‘Food and drink companies to fall short of 2030 carbon reduction goal’

That’s due to a lack of understanding Scope 3 emissions, a new report claims

UK renewables
IEA: “Capital spending is insufficient to tackle the energy and climate crises”

Global energy investment is set to increase by 8% this year, the energy forum has estimated

UN Chief: Governments must stop ‘dragging their feet’

Turning to fossil fuels following the Ukraine War is ‘delusional’, António Guterres claims

Disabled people ‘neglected’ by the majority of Paris Agreement countries

Researchers say governments are falling far short of their obligations to protect the rights of disabled people

Ukraine War could mean a new gas ‘gold rush’

Researchers claim this will lead to a state of ‘irreversible’ global warming

‘It’s 50/50 whether we breach 1.5°C’

The Met Office warns it’s touch and go whether we keep temperatures down in the next five years

Carbon dioxide emissions
‘Most carbon capture schemes increase emissions’

The carbon capture tech that does work won’t be ready in time for 2050, says a new report