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Study warns European energy industry should prepare for 2030 total coal...

A new report by the think tank Carbon Tracker has warned the Europe should be prepared for all its coal fired power plants to...

Exxon accused of climate change deceit in Massachusetts lawsuit

In the United States the state of Massachusetts has sued Exxon Mobil Corporation, accusing the oil giant of misleading investors and consumers for decades...

Trump speech promotes pulling US from UN’s Paris Agreement

United States President Donald Trump has affirmed plans to pull the US out of the United Nations sponsored Paris Agreement on climate change, less...

Japanese car makers think super-small to go big on EVs

As global carmakers race to put long-range electric vehicles (EVs) on highways amid stricter emission laws, Japanese rivals are taking a niche approach and...

IRENA predicts Asia poised to become dominant wind power market

A new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) predicts Asia could grow its share of installed capacity for onshore wind from 230...

$60 million green energy deal unveiled by City of Sydney

The City of Sydney has unveiled the biggest standalone renewable energy deal for an Australian council, valued at over $60 million, the plan will...

Shipping pollution rules seen shifting problem from air to sea

From January 2020, the United Nations International Maritime Organisation (IMO) will ban ships from using fuels with a sulphur content above 0.5 per cent,...

Report warns companies slow to disclose financial costs of climate change

Moody’s Investors Service has revealed in a report United States and European companies in polluting industries rarely disclose the financial risks they face related...

IEA: renewables set for spectacular growth in the next five years

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) latest market report and forecast, Renewables 2019, which is published today global electricity capacity from renewables is...

Hewson slams Lib-Nat govt on climate change as business takes lead...

Former Liberal Party leader and treasury economist Dr John Hewson has delivered a scathing rebuke of the conservative Liberal-National federal government's climate change policy...

Greenfleet urges businesses to take the lead on climate change

Right now,?there?is a critical need for businesses?to take the lead on climate action according to Greenfleet, a leading not-for-profit environmental organisation committed to protecting...

Plastic bottles or aluminium cans, which will win global water fight?

It sounds like a slam-dunk for the environment, but don’t get too excited, global bottled water giants are ramping up trials of easily recyclable...

EU agency: air pollution caused 400,000 premature European deaths in 2016

According to a report just released poor air quality caused about 400,000 premature deaths in Europe in 2016, the most recent year data is...

IEA’s Birol says keep nuclear in energy mix to tackle climate...

International Energy Agency (IEA) Executive Director Dr Fatih Birol has said the decline of nuclear in the global energy mix poses a threat to...

Reports warn Snowy 2.0 ‘worst possible project in worst possible place’

The massive pumped hydro project in the Snowy Mountains planned by Australia’s conservative Liberal-National government has been strongly criticised by two assessments, which say...

Labor to press on with attempt to declare a climate emergency

The opposition Australian Labor Party and the Australian Greens will continue their push for Australia’s federal parliament to declare a climate emergency. The opposition is...

For first time UK renewables outstrip fossil fuels for electricity production

For the first time ever, the United Kingdom’s renewable energy has generated more electricity than fossil fuel power plants over the past three months. Over...

BoE’s Carney warns companies ignoring climate crisis will go bankrupt

The governor of the Bank of England has warned companies and industries that are not moving towards zero-carbon emissions will be punished by investors...