Photographer Robin Hinsch travelled to the Niger delta, visiting the gas flaring sites, artisanal refineries, and meeting the communities living in the hugely polluted environments caused by the oil industry
Worldwide commission aims to end energy poverty in sub-Saharan Africa and south Asia by driving investment in new technology
Corporate watchdog urges clean-up of supply chains as analysis finds weak regulation and enforcement has led to lack of scrutiny
This invasive plant was reviled for clogging rivers but now it’s helping provide cleaner energy and protect health
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Cafod says UK is saddling poorer nations with outdated, polluting technologies
Owners failed to assess environmental and community concerns, court rules, while US ambassador wades into debate in support of coal power
UK aid projects ‘actively undermine’ efforts to tackle climate crisis, MPs and campaign groups warn
Doyte lives in South Omo, Ethiopia, one of the most remote areas in the world and hard hit by the climate crisis. As Lord of the Rain, it’s Doyte’s job to summon the rains, but for five years they haven’t come. Ethiopia’s...
Elevenfold rise in funding over 12 months came as support for renewables fell to £700,000
Michael Stone on the reality of Britain’s consumption, Celia Forsyth on support for fossil fuel projects, Gemma Cantelo on making cities greener and Stephen Martin on the sustainable development goalsTheresa May is deceiving...
The inhabitants of a remote village at the heart of India’s coal industry brave deadly sinkholes and toxic gases simply to survive
Planned Koukoutamba dam to be built in reserve established to protect chimps from mining
Eight women from rural Malawi travelled to India to train as solar engineers. Now they are lighting the way for their communities, in a country where just 10% of households are powered by electricity
Ogoniland women produce most of the family’s food but the twin pressures of land grabs and pollution are making it impossible for them to survive
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