The outgoing German defence minister, Ursula von der Leyen (pictured), has pledged to address climate change, ahead of the European
Russia is due to submit legislation to ratify the 2015 Paris climate agreement by September, although President Vladimir Putin also
Opec’s secretary general, Mohammed Barkindo, says “unscientific” attacks on the oil sector by environmentalists are “perhaps the greatest threat to
The European Commission has queried the impact on Irish air quality of the Dublin government’s aim to comply with 2030
Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and French President Emmanuel Macron this month confirmed plans to build the 700MW Celtic Interconnector. The
Kenyan environmentalists are trying to stop the construction of the country’s first coal power station, which is due to be
European Union member states should accelerate the move towards renewables by phasing out of coal use, argued environment groups Climate
Green parties across the European Union have made dramatic gains, holding off challenges from the populist far-right and potentially shaking
Scientists are warning that record levels of methane in the atmosphere will make it harder for nations to reach targets
BP’s chairman Helge Lund says the world’s energy consumption is “unsustainable” and that the days of chasing after fossil fuels
Greenpeace activists have “shut down” BP’s London headquarters and say they plan to blockade it for at least a week.
Ireland will fall short of its 2020 EU renewable energy targets, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has warned.
Germany is testing an electric autobahn for heavy goods vehicles as part of a €70-million pilot for specially adapted vehicles
A report has called for Europe’s national energy and climate plans (NECPs) to be aligned with the 2015 Paris climate
The European Union and China have said at a summit in Brussels they are united on tackling climate change and