“Lobby On!” exclaimed Rosa Kiltgaar Andersen of the International Federation of Agricultural Producers. Andersen was wrapping up a closed-door meeting here in Copenhagen…
More than almost any other industry, oil has a lot hanging in the balance as world leaders meet here to discuss a…
They started appearing at business and industry meetings in 2001 after Marrakesh — the UN climate meeting that established rules for a…
The final video in our series from Copenhagen focusing on the overall influence of Business and Industry Non-Governmental Organizations and how they…
International climate change negotiations resume at a UN meeting in Mexico, but gains are expected to be modest and focused on narrow issues such as forest protection and climate financing for developing countries.
Business, industry pare back EU climate goals.
Industry climate change reps “loitering” instead of lobbying.
Determining the influence of industry on legislation in the United States is tough. But tracking influence on an international scale can be a nightmare – and the lack of strong lobbyist registries allows special interests to flourish.
Business interests thwart carbon controls on the hottest, driest continent.
The world leader in economic growth and carbon emissions faces competing forces.
Plentiful oil, politics, in addition to fast growth, all making it tough to reduce carbon emissions.
A billion people, a growing economy, and rising emissions.
Tar sands and a tough business lobby pull Ottawa far from Copenhagen.
How Europe ended up paying industry for carbon capture and storage.
Japan’s new government proves tough to lobby.
An array of new interests joins Washington’s climate change debate.
Washington gets serious about climate, but businesses push to curb U.S. commitments.
How industry pressures and national agendas dim prospects for a climate treaty.
Both developed and developing countries are under heavy pressure by fossil fuel industries and other carbon-intensive businesses to slow progress on negotiations…
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