COP27 sees progress on bilateral partnerships
The climate conference saw multilateral talks stagnate but bilateral partnerships show the way forward, argue Lina Apsheva and Gregor Vulturius
The climate crisis demands that investors rethink impact
Investments that simply do "some good" are no longer "good enough", argues Tamar Pashtan
My first biodiversity COP
Thomas Cox provides a snapshot of a day at the COP15 conference in Montreal
COP15: Can we finally get agreement on financing?
Regulated voluntary carbon markets should be a key tool to protect and restore nature, argues Naomi Swickard
Investors fear 1.5 may not be alive
Investors are questioning the validity of 1.5°C targets and scenarios after a 'disappointing' COP27, writes Peter Cripps
Net zero and COP27: are we doing enough?
National plans to get to net zero require greater clarity to ensure energy security and a responsible transition to net zero, writes Tom Williams
Collaborating on climate at COP27
COP27 provides an opportunity to bring the goals of COP26 back into focus, and to set out a path to realise its aspirations, writes Bonnie Wongtrakool
COP27: Regulators march on ... and on
Are regulators suffering mission creep at COP27, asks Peter Cripps
COP27: 'No better impact investment than coal power phase-out'
COP27 saw discussion about the climate impact potential of managed coal power phase-out schemes, but can these innovative deals be pulled off? Ahren Lester reports
COP27: What are the prospects for ITMOs?
Internationally Transferred Mitigation Outcomes are expected to be a feature of the current COP, write Pedro Carvalho and Alexis Massot