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04 05 2021 | 10:51

The US electric power sector is halfway to zero carbon emissions.

Renewable energy’s rapid growth is accelerating a national shift to a carbon-free electric power system.

04 05 2021 | 10:51

Working Groups Develop Recommendations for Just, Inclusive Energy Transitions

Five technical working groups are revising draft reports that will feed into a global roadmap for achieving SDG 7 (affordable and clean energy) by 2030 and net-zero emissions by 2050, consistent with…

04 05 2021 | 10:48

Rapid retreat of glaciers leading world towards ‘humanitarian crisis’, says top scientist.

Exclusive: Melt of glaciers in the Himalayas and South America could threaten water supply of hundreds of millions of people, says leading glaciologist Prof Jemma Wadham The rapid retreat of …

04 05 2021 | 10:38

Competition heats up in the melting Arctic, and the US isn’t prepared to counter Russia.

For decades, the frozen Arctic was little more than a footnote in global economic competition, but that’s changing as its ice melts with the warming climate.

04 05 2021 | 10:29

Covid recovery must not be driven by fossil fuels, says Ed Miliband.

Exclusive: Shadow business secretary calls for the UK to ‘reckon’ with fossil fuels as The Independent launches campaign for greater action on climate. The world’s recovery from Covid-19 must not be…

04 05 2021 | 10:29

Green – or envious? The winners and losers in Britain’s climate change plan.

The tougher target for carbon reduction could dramatically reshape the fortunes of several industries – for better or worse

04 05 2021 | 10:27

Shell and BP bounce back into profit even as oil’s glory days fade.

Covid dealt fossil fuel giants a heavy blow, but demand is lifting revenues again in a last hurrah before decarbonisation.

04 05 2021 | 10:25

6 Words to Describe the US Pledge to Reduce Emissions 50-52% by 2030

The first 100 days of U.S. President Biden’s administration saw a flurry of new action and commitments on climate.

04 05 2021 | 10:12

‘Insanely cheap energy’: how solar power continues to shock the world.

Australian smarts and Chinese industrial might made solar power the cheapest power humanity has seen – and no one saw it coming.

03 05 2021 | 08:23

School climate strikers urge boycott of Science Museum show over Shell deal

Group hits out at oil and gas firm’s sponsorship of Our Future Planet exhibition as ‘appalling’ Organisers of the school strike movement, in which tens of thousands of young people have taken to the…

03 05 2021 | 08:18

Restoring Ethiopia's Ecosystems Can Support Livelihoods and COVID-19 Recovery.

Ecosystem degradation is a major threat to livelihoods and sustainable development across the globe. Habitat loss also increases the risk of pandemics, serving to remind us of humans’ complex and…

03 05 2021 | 08:11

The new economy requires mechanically-minded, hard working people. Coal communities can lead the way.

Coalfield Development's Jacob Israel Hannah (Conservation Coordinator) and Brandon Dennison (CEO), talked to us about the Appalachian region's (U.S.) transition away from coal and their bottom-up…

03 05 2021 | 08:09

Atomic giants EDF and Rosatom push plan to sell nuclear-powered hydrogen as 'green'.

Labelling nuclear hydrogen as green is likely to cause irritation among countries without atomic power or exiting it. French and Russian state-owned nuclear energy giants EDF and Rosatom have teamed…

03 05 2021 | 08:09

How could the reopening of UK’s pubs lead to significant rise in air pollution?

Pollution created by one outdoor gas heater for five hours a day is almost the same as that from heating an entire home for a day, according to a new report. The reopening of the UK’s pubs and…

03 05 2021 | 08:09

Low-income countries play carbon leapfrog in green energy shift.

Expansion of Vietnam’s wind and solar farms is proving crucial to powering its economic growth. Just as Brazil’s rivers supply it with hydroelectric power and faults in the earth’s crust provide…

03 05 2021 | 08:09

Biden vows US will work with Russia on climate.

Countries with poor track records on climate change, including Brazil and Saudi Arabia, were also courted at virtual summit. The US will work with Russia on ways to combat the climate crisis,…

03 05 2021 | 08:05

Global Environment Facility holds first meeting for its 8th replenishment.

Representatives of donor and recipient countries gathered virtually with members of the wider GEF community to discuss priorities and ambitions for the multilateral trust fund’s next four-year…

03 05 2021 | 08:01

M&S faces backlash over plan to release 30m honeybees.

High street chain’s farm project could put pressure on wild pollinators, warn conservationists. An attempt by Marks & Spencer to “do good for the environment” by releasing 30 million honeybees…

03 05 2021 | 08:00

Opinion: How to ensure a green road ahead for Africa.

The world faces a make-or-break moment in the fight against climate change. We are running out of time to make our economies greener and avoid the tipping point when climate change slides out of…

03 05 2021 | 07:58

Greta Thunberg Tells Congress Fossil Fuel Subsidies Must End.

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg attacked powerful politicians for ignoring climate change, as she called for an end to government subsidies for fossil fuels such as coal and oil.