There is a growing demand for investment to fund countries' shifts to clean energy. But while more money is flowing into renewable projects around the world, experts say it is not happening fast enough.
Andrew Hopkins –
Taxing carbon has always been a tricky political sell for conservatives. But a group of establishment US Republicans is touting the idea of a carbon "tax and dividend" as a way to break the deadlock.
and Charles Kennel, Chris Rapley, David Victor, Stephen Briggs –
If you were a doctor, how many vital signs would you look for in your patient? In the same way, by keeping track of the other ways the environment is changing, the world can understand and respond better to climate change.
Harpinder Collacott –
International public finance aimed at adapting to effects of climate change does not prioritise countries most vulnerable to it, says Development Initiatives executive director Harpinder Collacott.
One year on from the Sustainable Development Goals coming into effect, IIED asks whether the international consensus underpinning the goals is strong enough to drive the shift from vision to creating real political change.
Energy policy expert Hugh Saddler outlines the real problem behind Australia's electricity woes: the rules that govern decisions about what infrastructure to build, and when, are inflexible and outdated.
In 2016, among the world's largest companies showed positive signals in sustainable business KPIs. The challenge of 2017? To identify business models that decouple growth from resource use and pollution, says Trucost CEO Richard Mattison.