UN climate talks drift into overtime in push to save 1.5 Celsius goal

By Kate Abnett, Jake Spring and Elizabeth Piper GLASGOW (Reuters) – Two weeks of U.N. COP26 climate talks in Glasgow blew past a deadline on Friday as the conference president called on countries to make a final push to secure commitments that would rein in the...

Australia PM, criticised on climate, urges firms to curb costs

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, facing growing domestic and global disapproval of his climate policies, urged multinational companies on Saturday to start offering cheaper and more sustainable solutions to combat climate change....
That sinking feeling: Poor nations struggle with U.N. climate fund

That sinking feeling: Poor nations struggle with U.N. climate fund

By Emma Rumney and Simon Jessop JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – The Philippines has sought financing for seven projects from a U.N. environmental fund to tackle the catastrophic impact of climate change. Yet only one has secured backing since 2016, and it’s not...