Is China doing more to tackle climate change than the US and EU? A new analysis into the impact of its recently announced coal caps suggest it may - at least by some measures.
Last week, European leaders discussed their proposed new climate and energy policies for 2030. Despite signs that they might at last be set to over-come a five year veto on progress by Poland, they delayed making any clear decisions, certainly until June and probably until October.
Senior climate advisor Greenpeace UK Charlie Kronick argues the mix of factors including political instability in Russia and the financial risk of UK-based international oil companies such as Shell and BP forms a perfect storm of risk
The wind doesn’t always blow, the sun doesn’t always shine - so how do you get lots of power from renewable sources, and keep the lights on?
In Wednesday's budget the UK finance minister announced a range of measures designed to cut energy bills for heavy industry, here we explain what they will mean.
Hardly a month has gone by since David Cameron told MPs he believed ‘man-made climate change is one of the most serious threats this country and this world faces’. Yet the Prime Minister’s newly rediscovered climate convictions has already failed their first test – in today’s budget.
We wanted to know more about plans for a Tidal Lagoon in Swansea bay so we got in touch with the company doing it and asked them to write us a guest post on what they have in mind.
Obviously this is a point of view from people with a project to fund-raise for, but we thought it was worth reading, do let us know your thoughts below.