Teams from 15 countries are tuning their cars for this year's race through the Australian outback — but there's concern not all contenders will make it to the start grid in October.
Hong Kong-based insurance company holds stake of at least $3bn in coal projects
Futaba to reopen for start of Olympic torch relay after being deserted for nine years
It was the decade of austerity, fracking, populism and internet lies. But not everything about the 2010s was terrible
Greenpeace calls for fresh monitoring of region where nuclear disaster occurred
New teams and sponsors take heart as number of spectators more than doubles in a year
Activists to protest over sponsorship of cycling team by chemicals firm Ineos
Club is first in UK to use large-scale system with capacity to last an entire match
Charging point manufacturer’s CEO warns that UK power grid needs to handle expected 9m electric vehicles by 2030
Jim Ratcliffe, founder of chemicals and fracking giant Ineos, recently tried to get government subsidies to build successor to Land Rover Defender
First-timers from the Australian National University will race their solar car through the outback against creations by some of the biggest companies in the world...
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Extreme heat endangers cricketers yet the bank is Australia’s most significant private investor in climate-change-inducing fossil fuels
The Justice Department accused Aubrey McClendon of rigging bids for oil and gas land leases, the first executive to be charged in investigation into price fixing
The French footballer has been moonlighting as a partner of a biochemical company that could revolutionise the energy industry – and net him £20bn. Go on, my son!
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