Sophie Scherger
At this year’s COP28, countries will try again to adopt rules for carbon offset trading, in particular, for removals, under Article 6.4 of the Paris Agreement.
Ben Lilliston
Two years ago, more than 120 countries (now 150), led by the United States and European Union, signed the Global Methane Pledge at COP26. The Pledge committed to reduce global methane emissions 30% by 2030, but only two years later, countries are badly off track.
Cows, Global Methane Pledge to be discussed at COP28
Mexican civil society groups with their allies in the United States and Canada to provided statements to the official U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) trade dispute process defending Mexico’s right to limit genetically modified (GM) corn and glyphosate.
Corn field
Calvin Manduna
The COP28 United Nations climate summit takes place against the backdrop of heightened alarm over the failure of the global community to meet climate targets and increasing evidence of the negative impact and economic costs of climate change on food production, food trade and food security.
A struggling soy field during drought