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There are still "serious and contentious" issues to resolve as the United Nations climate change conference enters its final few days, the OECD said.
Eleven days of negotiations produced a slimmer but still-troubled version of a climate deal on Wednesday.
Oil prices pared some of their losses on Wednesday, but those hoping for a rebound next year may be disappointed.
Concerns on whether proposed air pollution regulations in the U.S. are ‘fatally flawed’ have been dismissed by the organization who backs it.
Even as heavy smog engulfs Beijing, new data offer proof of the mainland's dedication to clearer skies.
The world's richest 10 percent are responsible for half the planet's carbon emissions according to a new report from Oxfam.
India's largest and most productive coal fields are also home to the largest collection of some of the longest-burning coal fires in the world.
We explore what could realistically be achieved at key climate change talks in Paris.
Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged a greener China at the Paris climate meet, but netizens are cynical, as Beijing's smog hits hazardous levels.
More than 600 artworks lampooning the corporate sponsors of the United Nations summit on climate change have been plastered across Paris.
Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg discusses her countries plan to diversify from carbon-based resources as the world looks towards a greener future at COP21 in Paris.
Werner Hoyer, president of the European Investment Bank, discusses the opportunities involved in climate-friendly investments.
The U.S. and China have led calls for the climate summit in Paris to mark a decisive turn in the fight against global warming.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim dismissed climate change skepticism among prominent politicians in the U.S.
World-famous broadcaster and naturalist, David Attenborough, backs U.S. President Barack Obama's stance on climate change.
President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the Syria crisis and the situation in Ukraine during a meeting Monday.
European markets retreated Tuesday morning as concerns over the threat to economic recovery of new coronavirus cases in the U.S. temper Monday's rally.
Uncertainty around copper production, demand for the metal and a second wave of the coronavirus could mean further price rises are limited, analysts have predicted.
European markets closed higher Monday as investors focused on the prospect of economic recovery and progress on potential coronavirus drugs.