The war in Ukraine is speeding up the transition to renewables BP says.
Opinion: A Russia-Ukraine war would be a setback for action on climate change ￼
A war between Russia and Ukraine would catastrophically for so many reasons including tackling climate change efforts.
Green Voices – Ep 8 – Svitlana Romanko & Julia Pashkovska – two members of Ukraine’s climate movement
We speak to Svitlana Romanko & Julia Pashkovska from 350 in Ukraine about climate activism in Ukraine and their hope for a green new deal in the country.
Ukraine receives Trump coal
Ukraine have receive their first shipment of US coal.
Opinion: If you needed more proof that a fossil fuel economy fuels conflict…
Iraqi security forces and volunteers who have joined forces to fight militants. Photo credit: Reuters / Stringer. By Anders Lorenzen In the last half a year we have seen further evidence […]
EU Commission urges renewables uptake for economic boost
By guest contributor Rebecca Cooke The president of the EU Commission has written an open letter urging its member states’ governments to hasten their uptake of renewable technology ahead of the European […]
Opinion: The time is now to move away from Russian gas
Russian state owned oil and gas company Gazprom, responsible for the majority of Ukraine’s gas imports. Photo credit: Ricardo N. Cabral via flickr. By Anders Lorenzen When countries set out their cases […]
Analysis: Is Ukraine heading into an energy war?
A solar farm in Odessa Oblast, Ukraine. Photo credit: Activ Solar via flickr. By Anders Lorenzen As the tension in Ukraine is intensifying and Russian forces have claimed Crimea, a fear of […]