Can the PIF Leaders’ Meeting Break the Cycle After Another Climate Fund Setback?
By Isabella Massa and Samory Toure
The PIF Leaders' Meeting is an important chance to jolt the world into action on a climate Loss and Damage Fund after decades of fighting for justice.
China and the Long Game on Climate
By Marina Kaneti
The seeds for China’s current climate change strategy – for better or for worse – were laid with the Kyoto Protocol 25 years ago.
Can China and the US Cooperate on Climate Change?
By Nima Khorrami
The China-U.S. technology rivalry will severely hinder the prospect of a common Sino-American approach to climate change.
Is It Time for Jacinda Ardern to Head to the Middle East?
By Geoffrey Miller
Since becoming New Zealand’s prime minister, she has not attended a U.N. climate change conference, or visited the Middle East. She could do both by traveling to Egypt later this month.
Why China Won’t Play Power Politics With the US at COP 27
By Taylah Bland
With comparisons no longer in its favor on climate leadership, Beijing will stick to promoting its existing commitments.