More than 50 new coal plants are planned across Europe causing up to 2,700 premature deaths - according to new researched published by Greenpeaceand Greenpeace commissioned research on the health impacts of new coal plants by The University of Stuttgart.
See where Europe's fifty new coal plants are likely to be built.
Global greenhouse gas emissions have reached a record high, meaning the world is still on track for catastrophic climate change. That’s the conclusion of the latest report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Documents seen by The Telegraph and obtained by Energydesk suggest the oil giant successfully lobbied against regulation of the European oil market and rules to prevent insider trading.
Licenses have been granted to fracking firms in 38 constituencies in the South East of England according to an analysis by Greenpeace reporters covered in the Financial Times.
The government's Department of Energy and Climate change have published their poll latest tracking public attitudes to energy and climate change. What does it tell us? Here are the five things to take away from it:
The International Energy Agency has published it's latest look at the progress on avoiding extreme climate change - in time for a global ministerial summit on clean energy.