Europe embraces Hydrogen Fuel Cell technology.
Europe’s electricity and gas grids face threats from renewables, a leading credit rating agency has found.
The Norwegian electric car industry reached a milestone last year with 50,000 electric cars now registered in the Scandinavian country. By Anders Lorenzen While electric cars struggle to take off […]
Thousands of Syrian refugees march from Budapest, Hungary towards the Austrian border. Photo credit: Laszlo Balogh / Reuters. By Anders Lorenzen Much has been written, broadcast and talked about in […]
The image shows a brown coal open pit in Germany. In the background a coal plant owned by the Swedish giant Vattenfall. Photo credit: gbohne (cc). By guest contributor Green […]
A wind turbine next to the Finish nuclear power plant Olkiluoto. Photo credit: Green Blog By guest contributor Green Blog In June, the parliament in Finland passed a new climate […]
Global Wind Day infographic highlighting what energy imports costs EU citizens. Photo credit: Global Wind Day 2014. An initiative by the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), called Global Wind Day […]
On the 22nd to 25th of May EU citizens are going to the polls, in the much anticipated EU elections. The outcome will shape EU policies for the next […]
Bush fire in Australia. Photo credit: John Crux via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen The Intergovernmental on Climate Change (IPCC), a UN body, Monday released the second part of their Fifth […]
In addition to highlighting the serious threat climate change poses, the aim of this blog is to spread news of some of the amazing positive stories about action on climate […]