The war in Ukraine is speeding up the transition to renewables BP says.
Russia has created a methane bomb, on purpose
Russia accused of creating a methane bomb.
UK: Energy security takes priority over net-zero climate targets
Less than half a year post COP26, could the UK be falling back in love with fossil fuels.
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.
Germany pulls the plug on major Russian gas pipeline, but not Russian gas
Nord Stream 2 is dead in Germany, for now.
Analysis: Renewables on the burner as gas pipeline dominates Imran Khan’s Russia trip
The Pakistani prime minister is visiting Moscow as Russia looks for new clients to build infrastructure, and Pakistan seeks a steady supply of natural gas. Meanwhile, renewable energy is being sidelined.
Analysis: Could the Afghan crisis derail climate action?
Will the Afghanistan crisis impact climate action?
Analysis: Politics and climate change – part 2: Capitalism vs the climate?
In part one, we examined whether democratic institutions would be able to survive in a globally warmed world – and suggested two ways they might. In the second part of this analysis of politics and climate change, we ask: To save the world, is it as simple as capitalism vs the climate?
Analysis: Politics and climate change – part 1: Can democracy survive climate change?
In the first of this two-part series, Alex Diggins investigates how climate change might just save the world
Analysis: Are meaningful sanctions against Russia even realistic?
How realistic is it to impose meaningful sanctions on Russia?