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15 01 2023 | 08:56

Greta Thunberg calls for protest against expansion of German coalmine

Climate activist also denounced ‘police violence’ against campaigners at the abandoned village of Lützerath Greta Thunberg joined thousands of demonstrators to march in a large-scale protest in…

14 01 2023 | 18:58

Norwegian wind titan to build $3bn gigafactory to supercharge national 'green shift'

Lars Helge Helvig – whose investment house Valinor has the country’s largest private wind developer, Norsk Vind, in its portfolio – aims to build a lithium-ion battery complex with an annual capacity…

14 01 2023 | 18:53

Offshore wind boom to spark $26bn vessel spree says world's largest shipbroker Clarksons

Research chief predicts investment bonanza across installation and service vessels as project developers pursue global ambitions A coming explosion in offshore wind power globally will before the…

14 01 2023 | 18:47

China's Mingyang looks 'beyond 18MW' with 140-metre blade offshore wind turbine giant

Manufacturer claims latest leap in size and power means machine can supply almost 100,000 people and slash build costs Mingyang Smart Energy set out its stall to take China’s offshore wind industry…

14 01 2023 | 18:42

Pioneering offshore solar power design gets 'world-first' stamp of approval from Bureau Veritas

French certification body awards approval in principle to Oceans of Energy's 'high wave' floating PV technology, being piloted at prototype scale in Dutch North Sea A pioneering project advancing…

14 01 2023 | 18:26

Lützerath: Greta Thunberg joins German coal mine protests

Lützerath: Greta Thunberg joins German coal mine protests Greta Thunberg joined protesters in the German village of Lützerath to condemn the building of a n

14 01 2023 | 18:11

Electric Airplanes Are the New EV

Until now, when people talked about electric vehicles, they were talking about automobiles. But as cars reach a tipping point, and electric options for SUVs, pickups, and even school buses begin to…

14 01 2023 | 18:07

Half of glaciers will be gone by 2100 even under Paris 1.5C accord, study finds

If global heating continues at current rate of 2.7C, losses will be greater with 68% of glaciers disappearing

14 01 2023 | 18:02

Great Britain’s windfarm electricity at record high in 2022 but gas use up too

Wind-powered electricity rose to 26.8% of 2022 usage while gas-fired power, at 38.5%, continued growth as largest single source Windfarms produced a record amount of Great Britain’s electricity…

14 01 2023 | 17:51

Biden administration seeks to limit deadly air pollution

Proposal sets out lower limits for soot, which is estimated to cause early deaths of thousands of Americans each year The Biden administration is proposing lower limits for a deadly air pollutant,…

14 01 2023 | 17:43

Cruises, crowds and fragile ecosystems: the delicate dance of Antarctic tourism

As the icy continent braces for a record summer, ecologists say more visitor caps and restrictions are needed to protect wildlife Down at the bottom of the Earth during this southern summer, a…

14 01 2023 | 17:34

Support for Pakistan has ebbed away – yet its deadly floodwaters have not

Climate disasters continue to ravage our country – more international aid is urgently needed to save millions from misery

14 01 2023 | 17:29

Australians are paying $163 a month to store excess stuff. How can we curb the desire to consume?

Unfortunately, the Earth doesn’t have an off-site storage option. But there are ways to counter the impulse to buy

14 01 2023 | 17:23

The Guardian view on Europe’s heatwave: the door is closing – but there is a way out

Temperature records have toppled across the continent. Governments must not delay any longer Warm winter days do not instinctively feel like an extreme weather event.

14 01 2023 | 17:18

Scientists just invented an entirely new way to cool things that could one day replace our polluting fridges

From ice to ions, scientists have now made a breakthrough in heating and cooling technology. During winter, you’ll often see municipal trucks spray salt on roads and sidewalks to clear them of snow…

14 01 2023 | 17:14

‘Entrenched car culture’ leaves millions of Britons in transport poverty

Study finds drivers spending up to a fifth of pre-tax income on running a car as lack of infrastructure deters people from cycling Millions of Britons are trapped in transport poverty owing to a…

14 01 2023 | 17:09

Huge rare earth metals discovery in Arctic Sweden

Europe's largest deposit of rare earths - which are used from mobile phones to missiles - has been found in Sweden.

14 01 2023 | 10:41

UAE’s Cop28 president will keep role as head of national oil company

Campaigners warn ‘breathtaking conflict of interest’ could jeopardise climate negotiating process Sultan Al Jaber, the government minister for United Arab Emirates who will preside over this year’s…

14 01 2023 | 10:36

Climate change: UAE names oil chief to lead COP28 talks

The head of one of the world's biggest oil companies has been named to lead the COP28 global climate talks in Dubai, later this year.

14 01 2023 | 10:32

2022: sixth warmest year on record globally

Globally 2022 was the sixth warmest year in a series stretching back to 1850, according to figures released today by the Met Office. 2022 is the ninth year in succession that has equalled or…