Fiona Harvey Environment editor

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08 06 2024 | 06:12

World will miss target of tripling renewable electricity generation by 2030 – IEA

The world is off track to meet the goal of tripling renewable electricity generation by 2030, a target viewed as vital to enable a swift global transition away from fossil fuels, but there are…

08 06 2024 | 06:06

Global rich must pay more to tackle climate crisis, says architect of Paris deal

Rich individuals in all countries must pay more to tackle the climate crisis, whether through taxes or charges on consumption, one of the architects of the Paris agreement has said. There is a…

02 05 2024 | 08:19

Process raw materials in Africa, urges top environmentalist

Africa must take greater control in the industries it supplies with raw materials to lift its people from poverty and seize its own destiny in a low-carbon world, one of the continent’s leading…

16 04 2024 | 07:38

World’s biggest economies pumping billions into fossil fuels in poor nations

The world’s biggest economies have continued to finance the expansion of fossil fuels in poor countries to the tune of billions of dollars, despite their commitments on the climate. The G20 group of…

16 04 2024 | 07:33

England could produce 13 times more renewable energy, using less than 3% of land – analysis

England could produce 13 times more renewable energy than it does now, while using less than 3% of its land, analysis has found. Onshore wind and solar projects could provide enough electricity to…

15 04 2024 | 08:15

"Grownup" leaders are pushing us towards catastrophe, says former US climate chief

Paris agreement negotiator Todd Stern attacks premiers who say that decarbonisation programmes are unrealistic and should be slowed down Political leaders who present themselves as “grownups” while…

04 05 2023 | 11:34

Next UN climate summit to consider health issues in depth for first time

The next UN climate summit will be the first to consider health issues in depth, with a meeting of global health ministers to highlight the consequences of the climate crisis for wellbeing.

03 01 2023 | 16:07

John Kerry: rich countries must respond to developing world anger over climate

US climate envoy says there needs to be work on details of ‘loss and damage’ fund in 2023 People in developing countries are feeling increasingly angry and “victimised” by the climate crisis, the US…

23 12 2022 | 11:15

EU’s emissions continue to fall despite return to coal

November statistics show fear EU regressing on climate commitments because of war in Ukraine is unfounded Returning to coal-fired power generation in some parts of Europe has not prevented strong…

17 12 2022 | 17:54

Explainer: Green tariffs: what are they and why do they matter?

They are considered a means of levelling the playing field between countries with differing commitments to cutting carbon

17 12 2022 | 17:51

EU becomes first leading economy to legislate for ‘green tariff’ on imports

Countries that fail to decarbonise industries such as iron and steel face an effective carbon tax In the early hours of Tuesday morning the EU became the first big economy to legislate for a “green…