The UK cannot expand its airport capacity with a planned new runway if the government’s climate change targets are to be met, according to two new reports from environmental groups
Japan is constructing a frozen wall near the damaged Fukushima power plant with the aim of containing thousands of tonnes of irradiated water and critics have warned it could lead to further problems
President of the upcoming COP20 and Peru's Environment Minister, Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, addressed the Major Economies Forum last week
The controversial decision by the UK government, back in 2011, to cut financial support for solar panels may end up costing them £132 million.
Shell, the Anglo–Dutch multinational oil and gas company, has been criticised for insisting that its fossil fuel assets will remain profitable despite simultaneously claiming to be taking sustainable energy solutions seriously.
With the global population now at 7.2 billion and rising, there has never been a time where population debate has had a more crucial role to play in determining our future.
A draft new report to outline the pathways towards reductions in carbon emissions was presented to the UN last week.
In 2015, the most important climate change decisions will be made with the design and launch of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
One common depiction of global warming is the melting of the ice caps. As the temperature rises, the ice caps melt - it's as simple as that, isn't it?
Although perhaps not good news for many living in Egypt, especially those reliant on transport for a living, the news that Egypt is to massively cut fuel subsidies has received an extremely positive reaction throughout the climate change community.
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