by Ari Phillips Dec 4, 2013
The Green Climate Fund, the United Nations' most important funding mechanism for confronting climate change, opened its headquarters Wednesday in South Korea. Major questions over where financing will come from remain.
by Nov 22, 2013
An update from the ground on the final hours of the international climate negotiations in Warsaw, Poland.
by Jesse Vogel - Guest Contributor Nov 22, 2013
As negotiations at the U.N. climate talks in Warsaw face repeated impasses, youth activists are bringing developed and developing countries together.
by Nov 21, 2013
A new partnership to reduce the potent greenhouse gas methane was announced on Thursday in Warsaw.
by Katie Valentine Nov 21, 2013
The groups say they're fed up with the lack of progress at the UN conference.
by Rebecca Lefton - Guest Contributor Nov 20, 2013
The U.K. has announced it will join the United States and other nations in refusing to fund new international coal plants.
by Jesse Vogel - Guest Contributor Nov 19, 2013
While there are several sticking points to reaching a broader agreement at the UN climate talks in Warsaw, one track of negotiations is pushing ahead: gender equality and climate change.
by Rebecca Lefton - Guest Contributor Nov 19, 2013
Top U.N. leaders call for urgent action in Warsaw.
by Rebecca Lefton - Guest Contributor Nov 18, 2013
Everything you need to know about the second week of UN climate talks in Warsaw.
by Jesse Vogel - Guest Contributor Nov 18, 2013
On Monday, UNFCCC Secretariat Christiana Figueres addressed the International Coal and Climate Summit, calling for a rapid transition of the coal industry to meet the challenge of a already-changing climate.