Public hearings started on Tuesday to assess proposals from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to cut carbon emissions from the country's power plants
- Singapore to invest $100m in green data centres and green buildings
- BMW robots to be powered by 11,500 new solar panels
- Will Glasgow 2014 provide a 'green' legacy for Scotland?
- Warwick University to host £1bn low carbon vehicle hub in the UK
- Australian Renewable Energy Agency announces $1.3m funding for CSIRO research and development of wave power projects
California and Mexico signed a landmark new agreement on Monday and will collaborate on climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts with carbon pricing and clean energy projects high on the list of priorities
A new 3 megawatt (MW) solar installation made up of 11,500 panels was completed in the UK this week and the array will power over 1,000 BMW production robots at the companies MINI factory in Oxford
As COP19 begins in Poland, Kersten-Karl Barth, Chair of the Commission on Environment and Energy at the ICC, discusses how the organisation is helping to ensure stronger participation from the private sector in the UNFCCC process
ABB, the leading power and automation group, announced a partnership with Volvo Buses on Wednesday, to co-develop electric and hybrid buses with open standards-based direct current (DC) fast charging systems.
The Wonderbag is made from an insulated material in which people can cook anything without the use of additional energy and so significantly reduces carbon emissions. Climate Action sat down with Sarah Collins, Wonderbag’s founder, to find out more.