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Author: Rachel Tansey, Open Democracy UK
"Looking back at the corporate circus inside COP21", 12 Jan 2016...
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Author: Steve Zwick, Huffington Post
"In Davos, Big Business Sends Mixed Signals on Climate Amid Calls for Carbon Pricing", 25 Jan 2016...
Nigeria: Report criticises Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas & foreign shareholders for benefiting from tax breaks that could affect govt.'s ability to fund basic services
Uganda: Civil society groups petition govt. to join Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative as columnist says secrecy could undermine locals' benefit from oil revenue
Civil society organisations including Global Rights Alert, Transparency International & ActionAid Uganda have launched an online petition calling on government to ensure transparency in managing oil revenue by joining the Extractive Industries...
Author: Michael Stothard & Kiran Stacey, Financial Times (UK)
The international accord…signed in Paris…is unlikely to change economic choices for major polluting industries in the short term, many executives say…Business has been pushing for a global carbon price to be part of the agreement in Paris, but in the...
IPIECA, as an official observer, has engaged throughout COP-21…The Paris Puzzle: The pathway to a low-emissions future was the focus of our communications throughout the COP…IPIECA’s principal event took place on Friday 4 December, introduced by Brian...