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31 01 2023 | 19:23

US renewable energy farms outstrip 99% of coal plants economically – study

It is cheaper to build solar panels or cluster of wind turbines and connect them to the grid than to keep operating coal plants Coal in the US is now being economically outmatched by renewables to…

31 01 2023 | 18:44

EU plans to loosen state aid rules to boost renewables investment

Proposed use of tax credits follows pressure to respond to Biden’s $369bn green subsidy scheme in US The EU is stepping up its green subsidy race with the US through plans to loosen state aid rules…

31 01 2023 | 18:41

Emissions divide now greater within countries than between them – study

Report finds ‘relatively small group’ of rich people contribute disproportionately to emissions The difference between the carbon emissions of the rich and the poor within a country is now greater…

31 01 2023 | 18:33

Earth is on track to exceed 1.5C warming in the next decade, study using AI finds

Researchers found that exceeding the 2C increase has a 50% chance of happening by mid-century The world is on the brink of breaching a critical climate threshold, according to a new study…

31 01 2023 | 18:24

‘No miracles needed’: Prof Mark Jacobson on how wind, sun and water can power the world

The influential academic says renewables alone can halt climate crisis, with technologies such as carbon capture expensive wastes of time “Combustion is the problem – when you’re continuing to burn…

30 01 2023 | 09:14

Shell and BP face tough job of keeping customers and investors happy as profits roll in

The oil giants will also have to contend with intensifying calls to put more money into clean energy

30 01 2023 | 09:11

The Guardian view on carbon offsetting: a model with dangerous flaws

Protecting nature requires financial incentives. Serious problems uncovered in carbon markets must be fixed

30 01 2023 | 09:04

Africa has become ‘less safe, secure and democratic’ in past decade, report finds

Progress in key areas has stalled because of Covid, conflict and the climate crisis, but peaceful nations are performing better Africa is less safe, secure and democratic than a decade ago, with…

30 01 2023 | 08:56

Google let Daily Wire advertise on ‘climate change is a hoax’ searches

Exclusive: Data shared by Center for Countering Digital Hate shows Ben Shapiro’s site bought ads on climate crisis denial search terms A media outlet founded by conservative influencer Ben Shapiro…

30 01 2023 | 08:53

Emma Thompson and Aisling Bea urge UK banks to stop financing fossil fuels

Emma Thompson, Stephen Fry and Aisling Bea are among celebrities calling on the five of the UK's biggest High Street banks to stop financing new oil, gas and coal projects.

30 01 2023 | 08:42

Adani risks 'massive debt trap' in India's green power and hydrogen race of the tycoons: study

Billionaire-owned conglomerate could face over-leveraging amid ambitious growth plans and competition to build market share with fellow giant Reliance, says financial research group The race…

30 01 2023 | 08:31

Solar powered 'cold ironing' could end oil-fired emissions from vessels in port: Kenya study

Consultancy ABL found small PV installations could generate enough power to decarbonise tankers and freighters running fossil fuel generators while berthed in Kenya's Port of Mombasa Small-scale…

30 01 2023 | 08:27

Megaton: Denmark's latest $9bn bid to tap gigascale wind and solar for green hydrogen

Project in western Denmark would use on- and offshore turbines and PV to power 2GW of electrolysers by 2030 Denmark's latest plan to become a key player in the global e-fuels market aims to tap 4GW…

30 01 2023 | 08:24

'One-of-kind project' | First-ever vertical axis floating wind turbine cleared for Norway trials

Flagship 1MW SeaTwirl unit cleared for installation at MetCentre site neighbouring deepwater R&D hub where pioneering Stiesdal Tetraspar prototype and original Hywind Demo are moore The world’s…

30 01 2023 | 08:08

Energy transition $1trn spend matches fossils for first time but 'woefully short' of climate goals

Investment in renewables led by wind and solar power sees record $495bn committed last year, followed closely by e-mobility sector, but global transition spend must triple to hit 2050 net zero…

23 01 2023 | 19:39

UN boss to Davos: You’re the problem

António Guterres warns that the race to increase fossil fuel production is ‘inconsistent with human survival.’ Davos likes to think of itself as the solution for the world's woes, but António…

20 01 2023 | 11:00

Exxon’s predictions about the climate crisis may have increased its legal peril

Several US states say news that Exxon scientists predicted global heating accurately strengthens their lawsuits against company Further revelations of the extent of Exxon’s historical knowledge of…

20 01 2023 | 10:57

‘Super-tipping points’ could trigger cascade of climate action

Small interventions on electric cars and plant-based meat could unlock rapid emissions cuts, say experts Three “super-tipping points” for climate action could trigger a cascade of decarbonisation…

20 01 2023 | 10:52

King Charles grants us a windfall from wind: now it is crucial we question ownership of the seabed

A monarchy ‘gift’ to the Treasury should not detract from the anachronistic convention of crown estate rights over land and sea

20 01 2023 | 10:45

‘Ridiculous’: Greta Thunberg blasts decision to let UAE oil boss chair climate talks

Climate activist at Davos says lobbyists have been influencing conferences ‘since forever’ Four years after taking the World Economic Forum by storm, Greta Thunberg returned to Davos on Thursday to…

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