Germany says it has called a special meeting of international partners this week to call on Royal Dutch Shell to
“Cities are precarious creatures. They are unable to live or breathe without a myriad of lifelines from the surrounding world
A sonar study of hundreds of First World War shipwrecks around the coast of Wales is giving vital data for
Saudi Arabia has promised to diversify its economy away from fossil fuels but so far there has been limited evidence
Russian Arctic researchers say they have found the most powerful methane gas fountain ever monitored escaping from thawing permafrost.
Ireland’s government has been accused of hypocrisy as it appears ready to back proposals for a liquified natural gas (LNG)
Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed Greta Thunberg as a nice girl but naive about the costs of renewable energy.
Green Energy UK says it has started selling the greenest and cleanest energy to residential customers in the UK. The
Vietnam faces an energy shortfall as domestic power projects have disappointed and a territorial dispute with Beijing over oil and
Climate scientists say targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions must rise by three to five times if the world is
Norwegian oil and gas giant Equinor says it eagerly awaiting the next Scottish North Sea offshore wind leasing round as
Greenpeace says its activists climbed cranes at the Polish port of Gdansk to block the unloading of imported coal, calling
Solar power will become the world’s biggest source of electricity generation by 2035, accounting for almost 40 per cent of
Methane emissions from Germany’s landfill sites will be gradually reduced by an estimated 1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents
The United Nations says that the increasing use of coal in Asian countries is undermining international efforts to fight climate