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Turning 10 – Climate Weekly

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Latest data shows rich countries little closer to $100bn climate finance promise

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OECD figures show international climate finance increased by just 2% from 2018 to 2019, leaving a $20 billion shortfall to the 2020 target

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From obscurity to vital global service: Celebrating 10 years of Climate Home

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As Climate Home News celebrates its 10th anniversary, founding editor Ed King recounts the wild ride to establish it as a credible news outlet

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Oil and SUVs: Why Canada’s emissions have risen since Trudeau took office

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Justin Trudeau’s climate compromise allowed the oil sector to grow, driving emissions up before his carbon price could bite

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EU commits €4 billion more to climate vulnerables, calls on the US to step up

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Ursula Von der Leyen called out the US for failing to deliver its fair share of climate cash – an issue poor nations say is critical to success at Cop26

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Reader profile: Amelia Rose Khan wants Cop26 to close carbon accounting loopholes

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“I don’t relax, the climate crisis is always on my mind” says Canadian regional organiser Amelia Rose Khan

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Barbados pursues ‘Norwegian model’: going green at home and drilling for oil

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The Caribbean nation wants its vehicles and electricity to be almost completely renewable by 2030 but supports oil and gas development for export

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Leftwing victory in Norway election puts oil exit at the heart of coalition talks

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A leftist party calling for a ban on new oil licences could be the kingmaker in negotiations to form a government, calling into question the industry’s future

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Conservationists set out ‘nature positive’ vision for global biodiversity deal

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The IUCN Congress has come up with a blueprint for a “transformative” deal to protect plants and wildlife, which members hope governments will embrace in Kunming

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Threading the needle on Afghan aid – Climate Weekly

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