Use of coal increased again in 2018, raising questions about the green energy transition, reports Feng Hao and Tom Baxter.
The patterns of Soviet oil extraction have left an indelible mark on China’s oil-rich western province, writes Judd C. Kinzley.
A growing and persistent need to reduce carbon emissions have led to an increase in funding for innovative green projects in India.
Britain’s offshore wind fleet is the largest in the world. And it’s getting bigger. Much bigger.
Does the gilets jaunes protests show that the public is hostile to action on climate change?
Luquan is on the front line of national attempts to cut air pollution and heavy industry writes Feng Hao.
Deadlock breached at COP 24, but questions asked about lack of ambition.
What’s in store at this years UN climate negotiations?
The pathway to UK fracking success is still a long and dwindled road.
Are Brazil about to take a huge step backwards on climate change?