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Only partial progress on coal use but agreement to limit global warming as COP26 talks open
Italy’s prime minister sets tone for COP26 by telling the Rome summit differences must be overcome
But Rome gathering that is likely to set tone for COP26 summit in Glasgow will have high-profile absentees
Costs of averting climate disaster are less than dealing with its effects
We should treat human wellbeing as a long-term investment rather than a short-term cost
Most borrowers not only preferred to keep paying during the pandemic, they took on even more debt
France and Italy have not made new financial pledges for climate assistance to developing nations
Marathon negotiations end with split on phasing out coal and ending fossil fuel subsidies
Rome and Washington seek to bridge gap between rich and poor at G20 environment meeting
Groups including Siemens Gamesa and Vestas say goals will be missed without increased turbine use
Plus, an interview with Al Gore, transition finance comes to Asia and emerging market investors’ ESG dilemma
Lack of a truly global response to the pandemic augurs badly for common action on climate change
ECB president Christine Lagarde calls for mechanism that reflects ‘true cost of carbon’
Move intended to defuse US criticism and smooth path to final agreement
Communiqué at Venice gathering set to urge eight nations to concede to OECD plan
World ‘completely unprepared’ for mass healthcare threats, report warns
From demanding America change its carbon tax position to collaborative technologies research, progress must be made
Global solidarity is the best way to get out of the current health crisis and prevent future ones
The rich world must gain emerging countries’ trust to advance on pandemic and climate
Don’t believe the myth that an ageing population means economic decline
46 nations hit by economic impact of pandemic have deferred $12.5bn in repayments so far
What are special drawing rights and how could they help indebted nations?
Ahead of key G20 meeting, Ignazio Visco says uneven pace of vaccination poses risks
Reversal of Trump veto on IMF special drawing rights could give $500bn boost to global economy
The pandemic is an opportunity for policymakers to fix the structure of the economic system