Great Britain is on the verge of abolishing the need for coal-fired power over the summer months
- Coal power is heading for ‘extinction’ over the summer months
- Wind energy boom helps boost revenue at Danish firm
- Marine energy kite off to a flying start off Welsh coast
- Climate and hunger solutions are on terra firma, says UN
- Europe could be hit with 1 trillion euros in coastal flood damage by 2100
- Sustainable investments outperform the market, study shows
- Trapped carbon could find perfect partner in pints of beer
- Scottish Labour sets net-zero emissions target by 2050
- Japanese firms win stake in major UK offshore wind farm
- UK pension funds could face legal action over climate risk
Leading Danish wind developer Vestas has posted revenue of 2.2 billion euros in the second quarter of 2018.
An innovative tidal energy device which acts like a kite has completed its latest trial below the sea.
Healthy soils are key to tackling food hunger and climate change, says the UN’s food agency.
Costs from coastal flooding in Europe could hit almost 1 trillion euros by 2100, according to researchers.
New research has found that companies which invest on the basis of environmental concerns often receive higher returns.
An innovative trial to capture carbon dioxide could be used in alcoholic drinks.
The world has now installed more than 1,000 gigawatts (GW) of wind and solar power, according to fresh data analysis.
The Irish Government is planning to increase the country’s carbon tax in a bid to meet its climate change goals.
The European Commission has given the go ahead to build an innovative tidal energy project off the coast of Normandy.
A new report has highlighted the new economic benefits to households in East Africa from off-grid solar power.