World Bank to loan $2 bln to Bangladesh to fight climate change
Much of Bangladesh is a low-lying delta plain, meaning many parts of the country regularly suffer flooding, which many experts believe has been exacerbated by climate change
INTERVIEW-Citizens are the mayor, will lead urban sustainability drive, says Seoul's mayor
"One of my philosophies is that citizens are the mayor...so we have citizens play an integral role in making policies and implementing them"
To be really clever, smart cities need to be collaborative and inclusive
"The future of the city doesn't belong to us, it belongs to those we leave behind"
Britain lacks policies to meet emissions targets: govt advisers
Current policies will deliver only half the cuts needed to meet goal to reduce emissions 80 percent by 2050
Peru says deforestation slowing as it beefs up laws, sanctions
Peru controls about a tenth of the Amazon, a tropical forest home to unrivaled biodiversity and vast stores of carbon dioxide that fuel global warming when destroyed
Japan to ratify global climate pact 'as soon as possible': minister
After crossing a key threshold for support this week, the Paris Agreement will enter into force on Nov. 4
U.S. researcher killed in Ethiopia praised for work, kindness
ETHIOPIA-UNREST/ (UPDATE 1, PIX):UPDATE 1-U.S. researcher killed in Ethiopia praised for work, kindness
UN sets limits on global airline emissions amid dissent
The global carbon offsetting system is expected to slow the growth of emissions from commercial flights
EXPERT VIEWS-Clock starts ticking to implement Paris climate deal
"Now we must move from words to deeds and put Paris into action. We need all hands on deck"
Paris climate accord to take effect; Obama hails 'historic day'
Global accord will take effect on Nov. 4 after passing threshold for ratification with support from European nations