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Climate Change and Politics COP15 COP16 International United Nations

Key Steps on Global Warming Need to be Agreed in

This December, 194 countries will be in Cancun, Mexico to continue negotiations on international efforts to address climate change.  My colleagues and I are in Mexico City this week for a series of discussions with key government officials, NGOs, businesses, and members of the media so we’ve been reflecting on Cancun. The Cancun climate negotiation […]Read More

China Climate Change and Business Climate Change and Politics COP16 Renewable Energy

Energy Ministers meet in US to Discuss Clean Energy: Who

The race for the clean energy future comes to Washington, DC today—only symbolically if the US doesn’t seize the moment.  Energy ministers from 20 countries that account for over 80% of the world’s global warming pollution are in the US to discuss how to speed up the deployment of clean energy throughout the world, as […]Read More

Climate Change and Politics Global Warming News

Indonesia Takes Concrete Steps to Address Deforestation as a Part

Indonesia and Norway inked a deal last week to take concrete actions to reduce Indonesia’s deforestation emissions.  Indonesia is the world’s 3rd largest emitter of global warming pollution (when deforestation emissions are included) so this is a very important effort.  The deal between Indonesia and Norway was reached in the lead-in to the Oslo forest […]Read More