* Shift from promises to action in 2022 needed to retain
GLASGOW (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As the world's "architects of desire", the advertising industry - criticised by some as complicit in greenwashing campaigns and for promoting excessive consumption - could play a major role in driving greener choices, executives said this week.
GLASGOW (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As the COP26 climate talks neared a close, environmentalists and lawyers warned rules for global carbon markets, due to be finalised in Glasgow, lack protections to stop abuses of the rights of indigenous peoples who rely on forests for survival.
* Ex-UK chief scientist says key action is outside climate
* Surge in net-zero commitments may not produce real
GLASGOW, Nov 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Growing up
under the care of his grandmother in rural eastern Kenya, Dysmus
Kisilu saw how hard farmers worked - and, often, how little they
GLASGOW (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From extreme heat to worsening hunger and water shortages, accelerating climate change threatens "unimaginable" health consequences, scientists and health officials warned on Saturday on the sidelines of the COP26 U.N. climate talks in Glasgow.
GLASGOW (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Young people took centre-stage at the COP26 U.N. climate talks on Friday, presenting their demands for a greener, fairer world to the U.N. climate chief and senior UK politicians who promised to recommend their proposals to governments at the summit.
* Costa Rican president says big policy shifts not
GLASGOW/COSTA RICA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In late July, Costa Rica’s legislature was scheduled to vote on a bill to permanently ban any extraction or exploration of fossil fuels in the Central American nation, noted for its international green leadership and reliance on clean hydropower.