Approximately US$750 million of UK government cash has been invested in African fossil-fuel projects, despite public commitments to tackling the
The new decade saw intensified attention on global climate change. The World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2020 linked climate
Poland’s planned expansion of its Turów lignite mine on the Czech border is straining bilateral ties and raising questions about
Severe weather conditions triggered by climate change can adversely affect the operation of power plants. Heavy rainfall, heatwaves and lightning
In 2019 Spain reduced its use of coal faster than any other Western European nation as renewable sources and natural
Two huge Chinese-backed coal projects in the Balkans are using unrealistic projections of profitability and environmental charges, according to the
Protesters in Sarajevo have condemned air pollution levels in the Bosnian capital which is being partly blamed on coal use.
German engineering giant Siemens is under fire for supplying technical equipment for a gigantic new Australian coal mine in Queensland.
California is looking to use hydrogen-powered buses and trucks to cut pollution from transport, the giant state’s largest source of
Spanish coal use has fallen in a year to a level that was not expected to be reached until 2030
The world’s biggest floating wind turbine has gone online off the Portuguese coast. The WindFloat Atlantic project has connected the
Scotland has unveiled a £30-million investment package to ensure all new homes use renewable energy and low-carbon heating from 2024.
Scientific researchers say they have found a new way to extract methane from permafrost gas-hydrates which could increase the amount
A renewable energy project in Denmark says it has the funding to produce and store green hydrogen. Orsted and its
Donald Trump is promising to remove environmental protections, including relaxing regulations on lightbulbs and plastic straws, which are being banned