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Australian election 2019: What the manifestos say on energy and climate change

Update 21/05/2019: After an election in which climate change was assumed to be a crucial deciding factor, the ruling Liberal-National Coalition... Read More

Rest of world policy | Apr 29. 2019.
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The Carbon Brief Profile: India

In the fifth article of a series explaining how large emitters are positioned to tackle climate change, Carbon Brief sets out India’s key policy... Read More

Country profiles | Mar 14. 2019.

The Carbon Brief Interview: Prof Qi Ye

Prof Qi Ye is director of the Institute for Public Policy at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He was previously director and senior... Read More

Interviews | Jan 22. 2019.
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IEA: Clean energy transition makes reforms 'inescapable' for oil states

A changing energy system is posing “critical questions” for many of the world’s largest oil and gas producing countries, the International... Read More

Oil and gas | Oct 25. 2018.
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The Carbon Brief Profile: Japan

In the third article of a new series on how key emitters are responding to climate change, Carbon Brief looks at Japan’s gradually falling emissions... Read More

Country profiles | Jun 25. 2018.
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Expect tens of millions of internal climate migrants by 2050, says World Bank

As many as 143 million people in three of the world’s most vulnerable regions could be forced by 2050 to migrate within their own country due to... Read More

Risk and adaptation | Mar 19. 2018.
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OECD: Fossil fuel subsidies added up to at least $373bn in 2015

Fossil fuel subsidies totalled at least $373bn globally in 2015, according to a new report which for the first time combines figures from two key... Read More

Rest of world policy | Feb 28. 2018.
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Analysis: Meeting Paris pledges would prevent at least 1C of global warming

President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change has raised questions about the effectiveness of the accord, and how... Read More

COP21 Paris | Jun 6. 2017.
US President Donald J. Trump announces that the US is withdrawing from the Paris climate accord during a Rose Garden event at the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 01 June 2017

Global reaction: Trump pulls US out of Paris Agreement on climate change

President Donald Trump has, after months of procrastination and deliberation, carried through with one of his campaign pledges by announcing that he... Read More

Media analysis | Jun 2. 2017.

US tells China it has 'no plan yet' to meet its 2020 climate target

The US has no plan yet for how to meet its 2020 climate target and has made no analysis of the impact of recent policy changes, according to an... Read More

International policy | May 4. 2017.
Women rummages through overburden to look for left over coal to sell at Jugsalai, India.

India's planned coal plants could 'single-handedly jeopardise' 1.5C target

Current plans to build 370 coal-fired power stations in India will gravely undermine the country's Paris climate pledge, or create "stranded assets"... Read More

Coal | Apr 26. 2017.
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