Lloyd's: Support don't cancel fossil fuels
The debate on fossil fuels is "too black and white" said Lloyd's chairman Bruce Carnegie Brown, who added investors should support the industry to change "rather than cancel" its investment in it.
Structural work underpins carbon market optimism
If 2017 was the year of carbon market maintenance, with legislation extending the life of schemes in the US and Europe, 2018 could be defined by greater linking between initiatives, says Michael Hurley
Doha 'landmark' compensation agreement points to rich-poor gap widening
A "landmark" agreement to look into a system for compensating developing countries for disasters and damage reached at the UN climate talks in Doha risks widening the divide between rich and poor nations, it was warned today.
Setting the stage for agreement
Last year's UN climate conference in Durban brought the multilateral process back to life, with promises of a second Kyoto Protocol commitment period and a new framework involving all nations. Can Doha maintain the momentum? Katie Kouchakji reports