The biggest environmental campaign seen in Australia since the 80s is causing bumps in the road for both sides of politics
RMIT hydrologist Matthew Currell says environmental impact statement for Narrabri gas project is missing analysis and contains conflicting information
Thousands of photovoltaic panels across the UK generate 8.7GW, smashing previous high of 8.48GW earlier this month
Anglo-Swiss chemicals firm hails acquisition as ‘very logical’ as Danish firm makes progress in switch to renewables
Anglo-Swiss chemicals firm hails £1bn acquisition as ‘very logical’ as Danish firm makes progress in switch to renewables
Son símbolos de orgullo nacional, pero dado el aumento en las protestas y los costos medioambientales ahora se cuestiona el futuro de las mega represas
Frequentemente tida como motivo de orgulho nacional, a matriz hídrica da América Latina gera custos ambientais cada vez maiores e é alvo de protestos crescentes...
Protests against Latin America’s pursuit of hydropower are increasing as the environmental costs mount up. Is the end of the region’s mega dams in sight?
Environmental group warns it will take legal action against Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility directors if funding granted for rail line
Company managers tell Senate estimates the $2bn project announced by the PM has not counted a large cost factor
They were the masters of the fossil fuels industry. Now three former top executives are building the clean energy economy
In the first of a series of videos on critical issues confronting regional Australia, Gabrielle Chan investigates the proposed Narrabri gas project in New South Wales...
In the first of a series of investigations into issues facing regional Australia, we report on how locals in a north-western New South Wales town are bracing to learn the fate of the state’s...
The Conservative manifesto pledges to create ‘Future Britain’ wealth funds, and a shale gas fund is under discussion at the Treasury. Is the UK finally waking up to the opportunity such schemes...
The World Bank reckons the 16,000 flares worldwide produce around 350m tonnes of CO2 each year, causing untold harm
‘There is an acute danger of politicians panicking’ about energy demand and costs, Grattan Institute report warns
Oxfam attacks Australia’s ‘climate policy paralysis’ and urges it to promise no new coalmines and end public subsidies
One of the UK’s largest battery storage schemes, built next to a windfarm, will offer vital services to the National Grid
Reports suggest Adani could pay just $2m a year for the first seven years of the Carmichael mine’s operation
The government must find a way to proceed with green energy projects while maintaining responsibility for its environmentFor anyone who has concerns about our environment and about humanity’s...