The push for zero-carbon routes has gained traction since COP26, but advances in zero-emissions fuel and port infrastructure will be key to realising their potential.
Two reports published in the US look seriously at the practicalities and responsibilities of altering the ocean to tackle the climate crisis.
China is using the Winter Olympics to showcase low-carbon technologies.
The world’s largest direct air CO2 capture and storage plant has opened in Iceland.
London unveils hydrogen powered buses.
Plans unveiled to make the Port of Hamburg Europe’s biggest hydrogen project.
US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry faces criticism following Andrew Marr interview.
The Gold Coast will install fast electric vehicle chargers to anchor Queensland’s electric superhighway.
China’s big internet firms are lagging their overseas counterparts on reducing emissions in their operations, supply chains and the many businesses they facilitate, writes Ye Ruiqui.
The Danish parliament has approved what will be the world’s first energy island.