Earth is living through its hottest year on record, and global efforts to curb human-generated greenhouse gas emissions driving those high temperatures are not keeping up with commitments to cut emissions.
Hydrocarbons are not going away anytime soon despite growing climate financing and escalating renewables deployment, industry analysts said.
DOE announced a pair of funding opportunities for battery manufacturing and carbon storage designed to spur grid storage, electrification and emission reductions.
The United Nations' global stocktake report showed that while some steps have been taken on climate change, more work is needed and soon to avoid its worst impacts.
The IRA is pushing carbon cuts like no other enacted policy in the U.S., but more needs to be done to meet the international pledges from the Paris Agreement, Rhodium Group said in a report.
Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo withdrew the state from the U.S. Climate Alliance, citing a conflict between their goals and his regarding Nevada's energy portfolio.
Many large greenhouse gas emitters incentivize their executives insufficiently or not at all to reduce those emissions, a corporate watchdog group reported.
The Sharm El-Sheikh Guidebook for Just Financing will map out the role of different stakeholders in global climate financing.
The Climate Bonds Initiative is seeking comments on draft requirements for allowing steel-sector bonds to obtain certification under its Climate Bonds Standard.
UNFCC subsidiary bodies will hold meetings through June 16, with a focus on mitigation, adaptation, finance, and loss and damage.
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