The Katowice talks failed to deliver on action points brought forward by developing countries, including compensation for irreparable damages caused by climate change and financing for adaptation and mitigation technologies.
Negotiating tactics by the US and Saudi Arabia forced developing states to give in on their demands for stronger climate action, writes Saleemul Huq of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development.
With the Christmas season in full swing, Asians can make a more sustainable choice for a Christmas tree to buy. Which is better: a real or a fake tree? Michigan State University's Christmas tree expert Bert Cregg explains.
As the world meets at COP24 in Poland—itself led by a populist government—people who care about achieving the Paris Agreement goal should push for new strategies to reduce emissions in countries headed by populist leaders.