Deloitte warns against climate inaction.
The US government opens up the door for more fossil fuel extraction in a U-turn on its energy and climate polices.
Offshore wind dominates the agenda as the UK government announces £265 million renewables subsidy scheme
Offshore wind to benefit as the UK government sets aside funds to renewables subsidy scheme.
The region will need to change its industrial structure and energy mix to meet national carbon targets, requiring policy and financial support from central government.
We discuss Biden’s climate-related cabinet picks with Brett Hartl the Center for Biological Diversity’s Government Affairs Director.
Denmark puts an end to new oil licenses in the North Sea.
A new report looks at the different pathways for Argentina to achieve a zero-emissions economy by 2050.
Did the world get serious about the climate crisis in 2019?
Do Republicans now want to sit at the climate change table?
Despite not being perfect on climate change, Americans must vote democratic this Tuesday.