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‘Local Protectionism’ Slowing China’s Clean Energy Transition

Researchers say the country would be better served by a single national power structure, as provincial officials often prefer alternative local power sources that...

Youth raise voices for climate justice, demand action

Last year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, received negative feedback from young people, particularly those from Africa. Eric Njuguna,...

Loss and damage tensions palpable ahead of Cop

Loss and damage — the unavoidable and irreversible effects of climate change — looks set to remain a fraught issue at this year's UN...

‘World’s money is flowing in the wrong direction’: Funding of fossil fuels eclipses climate finance

Funding for polluting industries far outstrips support for climate change mitigation, a new report shows. Top banks are funding two of the world’s most polluting...

Climate change: ‘Children’s rights in sub-Saharan Africa undermined’, according to NGO report

At least 1.85 million children in sub-Saharan Africa were internally displaced by the end of 2022, according to humanitarian organisation Save the Children's latest...

Oil giant led by COP28 boss to spend an ‘eyewatering’ $1 billion a month on fossil fuels this decade, Global Witness says

UAE oil giant ADNOC — run by the president of the COP28 climate conference — is expected to spend more than $1 billion every...

Regenerative Agriculture: Africa’s Sustainable Solution To Boosting Productivity Amidst Global Challenges

Dr Stella Kabiri, Lead Regenerative Agriculture at Sasakawa Africa Association Can Africa’s farmers produce “more with less”? Recently, profound global food supply shocks, intensified by...

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