Over the next few years, 3,000 hydropower stations could be built in the Balkans and environmentalists say the plans threaten
The European Union’s climate commissioner declared this week that the bloc could make bigger greenhouse-gas cuts than it pledged under
The energy minister of Norway has been in discussions over the construction of a floating, offshore wind farm, like the
Norwegian state-controlled oil and gas giant Equinor says it has bought 50 per cent of an Argentinian solar farm capable
Since his ascension in 2013, Francis has rebelliously wielded the power of the papacy in in new and groundbreaking ways.
The European Union has agreed to phase out the use of palm oil in transport fuels by 2030, setting up
Pope Francis has said climate change is a crisis of “epochal proportions” and backed the conversion to renewables. “Civilisation requires
Emissions tests that carmakers cannot cheat show almost all diesels sold in Europe since the 2015 “dieselgate” scandal remain highly
Greenpeace has disrupted Total’s AGM in protest against the French oil and gas giant’s bid to the drill near the
The European Commission has proposed a ban on single-use plastic to protect marine life and cut the amount of oil
Indonesia says it is preparing for a worst-case scenario should the European Parliament’s draft of a ban on the use
Greenpeace says Norway’s rebranded oil giant Equinor, formally Statoil, is requesting an extension on its Great Australian Bight drilling proposal.
Scotland continues to lead European wind power and hopes to develop its investment in the sector with plans to lease
A Canadian business says it has agreed to invest US$1.3 billion developing solar power throughout Uzbekistan, to invigorate the renewable
Norway’s Statoil said it aims to further cut its carbon footprint as measures to reduce global warming could cut the