This year has been one of extremes, featuring record-shattering summer heatwaves and devastating floods. Western Europe and ...
Less than a month after the COP27 comes a different conference of the parties: that of the parties to the UN Convention on ...
There is widespread global coverage of the news that UK “levelling-up” secretary Gove has approved the first new coal mine in the country for 30 years.
The IEA has raised its global forecast for renewables growth in what it calls its “largest ever upward revision” for the ...
The UK government has announced that it will relax restrictions on building onshore wind farms in England after a threatened rebellion from MPs.
Heat pumps will provide one-fifth of the world’s heating needs by the end of the decade if nations follow through on their ...
Research suggests that Covid most likely emerged from the wild animal trade, but wildlife trafficking is not the only cause ...
Publications report that the EU is planning to overhaul rules on state aid amid fears Biden’s landmark climate bill risks “sparking an exodus of cash from Europe”.
In continuing coverage of a mooted $60-a-barrel price cap on Russian oil, a senior coalition official said that the G7 was “very, very close” to agreement.
Deforestation rates in the Brazilian Amazon have “retreat[ed] from a 15-year high under outgoing president Jair Bolsonaro”, Reuters reports.