The war in Ukraine are altering global energy policies.
Europeans feel the heat and worry about climate change
Much of Europe was impacted by an early heatwave last week, raising climate fears.
France’s next president could ban wind turbines￼
Marine Le Pen has vowed to ban wind turbines if she is elected France’s next president on the 24th of April.
Analysis: Can Germany wean itself off Russian oil and gas?￼
Germany is not doing all it can to cut back energy use and increase economic pressure on Russia, argues Arne Jungjohann.
We can quickly rid ourselves of Russian fossil fuels in a way that would also accelerate climate action ￼
Report argues how Europe immediately can cut off Russian fossil fuels.
EU official says that Europe’s dependency on Russian fossil fuels is funding the war in Ukraine￼
The EU’s environment commissioner Virginijus Sinkevicius says Europe is indirectly funding Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Ten things the EU can do to wean itself off Russian gas
Since the invasion of Ukraine, Europe has drawn up a plan to cut its Russian gas consumption by two-thirds within a year.
Analysis: In the wake of the war in Ukraine, a German minister wants to increase fossil fuel production ￼
German minister calls for increasing fossil fuel production.
Opinion: The media must make the war in Ukraine about the climate crisis￼
Media outlets are missing a central point when reporting on the Russia – Ukraine war.
Ukrainian IPCC delegate vows no surrender, Russian delegate apologizes for invasion in back-to-back statements
An extraordinary IPCC moment as Ukrainian and Russian heads of delegation both condemn Russian invasion/compiled from available news dispatches.