Negotiators are close to agreeing the shape of a Green Climate Fund, which is designed to help poor nations tackle global warming and nudge them towards a new global effort to fight climate change.

Cash raised by the shipping industry's efforts to cut carbon emissions might be directed to developing countries to help them tackle climate change, according to a draft document seen by Reuters at

A flagship green climate fund aimed at channelling billions of dollars to help poor countries tackle global warming has been put on ice at the Durban climate summit as a growing number of countries

Bangladesh will require climate-smart policies and investments to make itself more resilient to the effects of climate change, says a World Bank report ‘The Cost of Adapting To Extreme Weather Events in a Changing Climate’.

With the hope of global leaders making a “real move” now, the 17th Conference of Parties (COP17) kicks off today in Durban, South Africa, where delegates from climate-induced vulnerable countries,

Countries will make a last ditch effort to save a dying Kyoto Protocol at global climate talks starting on Monday aimed at cutting the greenhouse gas emissions blamed by scientists for rising sea l

The US is refusing to sign off on a flagship global climate fund, as already fraught negotiations intensify ahead of next week’s UN climate summit and carbon prices plummet to new lows.

Some developing countries should contribute money to a $100 billion per year climate fund to help poor nations combat climate change, the lead U.S. climate negotiator said on Friday.

Countries like Bangladesh and India must endeavour to make the global green fund operational at the ensuing Durban summit to combat climate change impacts, said eminent environmentalists at an inte

This paper provides an overview of the concept of direct access to funding for climate change actions in developing countries.