Under Pressure from Green Activists, Britain May Block World Bank Funding for South African Coal Power Plant
By Mridul Chadha on April 8, 2010
Developed countries must provide financial and technical assistance for renewable energy technologies before scaling back support to coal-based power plants in developing countries.
By Dave Levitan on February 18, 2010
In a move that apparently didn’t surprise those who knew him, United Nations top climate official Yvo de Boer announced his resignation on Thursday, effective July 1 this year. What will it mean for Mexico?
By Timothy Hurst on December 29, 2009
From Copenhagen to Climategate, 2009 was a busy year for those of us at ecopolitology and anyone else interested in environmental politics. Here’s a rundown of what we saw as the year’s biggest environmental politics stories.
By Timothy Hurst on December 21, 2009
Only Five countries represented at the COP15 climate summit in Copenhagen blocked an official agreement and chose not to associate themselves with the Copenhagen Accord.