Developed countries have reiterated their promise to finance climate change in developing countries worth up to $100bn per year
The European Parliament has voted to ratify the Paris Agreement, crossing the final threshold to allow the Paris Agreement to enter into force.
Yesterday, more than 20 countries officially ratified the Paris Agreement at the UN General Assembly ceremony
The Brazilian government has ratified its participation in the Paris Agreement – a significant step by Latin America’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
China and the United States have confirmed their ratification of the historic Paris Agreement, tipping the balance in favour of a quick entry into force of the Agreement by the end of 2016.
City mayors from around the world have joined their voices to call for the ratification of the Paris climate deal
Yesterday, the US announced that by 2020, they would invest $100 billion per year to help developing countries fight climate change
Research and consulting firm GlobalData released a report last week identifying South Africa as the likely new hotspot for wind installation.
A group of influential institutions controlling US$13 trillion of investments have called on members of the G20 to ratify the Paris Agreement this year
Following the Paris COP21 agreement last year, 175 countries have signed the Climate Deal with the target of limiting global warming to less than 2 degrees C
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