New $7.1m forestry project to help nations meet climate change commitments

Efficient monitoring of and reporting on forests and land-use change is essential for tracking progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals

EU and member states’ climate contributions exceed €21bn

They remain the largest provider of public climate finance, which has more than doubled since 2013, to help developing nations cope with the impacts of climate change

Boris Johnson to unveil £1bn fund to tackle climate change in developing countries

Scientists and innovators in Britain will be able to access the new Ayrton Fund to develop and test new technologies that can help nations reduce their emissions

Climate change: UK doubles aid to £1.44bn to support developing countries

Existing Green Climate Fund projects are estimated to help around 300m people cope with the effects of climate change

UK offers aid to cook up sustainable energy solutions

It is providing grants of up to £30,000 per project, with plans to fund at least up to 10 solutions initially

UK funds project supporting emerging offshore wind markets

It is providing a £20m grant for the World Bank programme in co-operation with the Global Wind Energy Council

UN-backed fund pledges $1bn for 19 climate action projects

It was set up to respond to climate change by investing in low-emission and climate-resilient development

Norway pledges NOK1bn for renewable energy in developing nations

That’s more than double the support from this year, which stands at NOK495 million (£45.7m)

World Bank commits $1bn for battery storage in developing nations

It will finance projects such as utility-scale solar parks with battery storage, off-grid systems and stand-alone batteries that can help stabilise grids

UN: Fracking should be approached with caution

It suggests investments in shale gas should not be made at the expense of energy efficiency and renewable power deployment