Andrew Light discusses the new deal to combat climate change on The Takeaway.
Andrew Light discusses the Green Climate Fund with energyNOW!'s Tyler Suiters.
Rebecca Lefton, Andrew Light, Melanie Hart, and Adam James offer a new approach to bringing down global warming pollution that taps multiple international forums instead of just the United Nations conference.
The United States should continue its progress toward approval of a new fund for global climate mitigation and adaptation, write Richard Caperton and Andrew Light.
Andrew Light, Rebecca Lefton, and Adam James explain why developed countries such as the United States need to keep climate aid flowing to get climate change under control and maintain their credibility at international summits.
Andrew Light and Rebecca Lefton outline an agenda for boosting financing for climate change mitigation at the G-20 this week.
Andrew Light and Rebecca Lefton explain why the House’s act forbidding U.S. airlines from participating in an EU pollution-reduction program is the wrong response.
Budget cuts to international climate investments would jeopardize critical U.S. leadership on achieving climate safety, write Rebecca Lefton and Andrew Light.
Andrew Light, Daniel J. Weiss, Lisbeth Kaufman, and Adam James discuss the possibilities for national action and international cooperation on climate change in a changed political environment in a report for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Video Andrew Light discusses the Cancun climate conference and the future of international climate diplomacy.
Andrew Light discusses whether an international consensus was reached on global warming in an interview with Southwest Florida Public Radio.
John Podesta and Andrew Light discuss in Politico why the Cancun climate conference succeeded where the Copenhagen conference failed.
The U.N. Climate Summit in Cancun ends with a bang big enough to advance a progressive global climate agenda another year and possibly a bit longer, writes Andrew Light.
Japan’s announcement last week that it would not renew its commitment to the Kyoto Protocol does not necessarily kill the international climate negotiations, argues Andrew Light.