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14 01 2023 | 10:25

Fukushima water to be released into ocean in next few months, says Japan

Authorities to begin release of a million tonnes of water from stricken nuclear plant after treatment to remove most radioactive material The controversial release of more than a million tonnes of…

14 01 2023 | 10:20

Revealed: Exxon made ‘breathtakingly’ accurate climate predictions in 1970s and 80s

Oil company drove some of the leading science of the era only to publicly dismiss global heating The oil giant Exxon privately “predicted global warming correctly and skilfully” only to then spend…

08 01 2023 | 16:09

Energy efficiency ‘war effort’ needed to cut bills and emissions, say MPs

Ministers missed crucial opportunities but should use energy windfall tax to speed up insulation efforts, committee says A national “war effort” on energy efficiency is required to cut energy bills…

08 01 2023 | 15:49

2022 provisionally warmest year on record for UK

2022 will be the warmest year on record for the UK, according to provisional Met Office figures. All four seasons have fallen in the top ten in a series which began in 1884 and the 10 warmest years…

08 01 2023 | 12:37

More than 100 writers sign letter in solidarity with jailed UK climate activists

Ben Okri, Simon Schama, Helen Pankhurst and AL Kennedy among those saying they ‘stand with’ protesters Ben Okri, Simon Schama, Helen Pankhurst and AL Kennedy are among more than 100 writers who…

08 01 2023 | 12:27

Electric Vehicles: An Economic and Environmental Win for Developing Countries

Electric passenger vehicles are widely accepted in major markets like China, United States and Europe, but their adoption in developing countries has been slow. A study of 20 developing…

08 01 2023 | 11:25

Stanford Scientists Warn Civilization As We Know Will End in the Next Few Decades

On the first day of 2023, Stanford scientists went on the program “60 Minutes” to discuss the global mass extinction crisis with CBS’ Scott Pelley. The scientists, unfortunately, did not have good…

08 01 2023 | 11:12

India Unveils $30 Billion Plan to Upgrade Grid for Clean Power

India unveiled a 2.44 trillion rupee ($29.6 billion) plan to build transmission lines to connect renewable generation, as it aims to nearly triple its clean-power capacity by 2030.

08 01 2023 | 10:30

2023: Στη χειρότερη περίπτωση… να πιάσουμε πάτο

Ας εξασφαλίσουμε ότι το 2023 θα είναι το τέρμα, ο πάτος. Και από την επόμενη να ξεκινήσουμε να χτίζουμε ένα καλύτερο αύριο. Είναι η μόνη λογική επιλογή! Να ’το λοιπόν το μετα-πανδημικό 2023, με…

04 01 2023 | 10:45

Prepare for lift-off | Why 2023 will be the year that green hydrogen moves from idea to reality around the world

Government subsidy schemes are due to begin this year in the US, EU, UK, Germany, and maybe Canada and India, all but guaranteeing profitability for renewable H2 projects The next 12 months will…

04 01 2023 | 10:36

Green hydrogen trade | Germany's H2Global ramps up with tenders for e-methanol and e-SAFs

Germany’s world-first hydrogen subsidy scheme follows up ammonia call with tender for supply of two more H2-derived products — CH3OH and e-SAFs Germany’s multi-billion-euro H2Global subsidy…

04 01 2023 | 10:33

'New dynamic in expansion' | Germany adds nearly 10GW of wind and solar in 2022

Europe’s largest economy installs 7.2GW of new solar and 2GW of onshore wind – but additions still too low to reach 2030 targets Germany added close to 10GW in new net onshore wind and solar…

04 01 2023 | 10:27

It's H2-go | Why 2023 will be green hydrogen's global lift-off year

Subsidy schemes kicking in this year in key economies will all but guarantee profitability for projects that will need huge new sources of renewable power, writes Leigh Collins The next 12 months…

03 01 2023 | 18:38

My burning shame: I fitted my house with three wood-burning stoves

Wood burners are incredibly bad for the environment – and flood our homes with toxins, too. I wish I’d known that in 2008 It’s shame that has stopped me writing about it before. The shame of…

03 01 2023 | 18:35

‘Battle for the nation’s soul’: Norway faces debate about gas and oil wealth

Russia’s war in Ukraine has earned Norway billions – and caused controversy As the sun plunges into the Oslofjord on a December evening, passersby stop outside Norway’s new €620m national art…

03 01 2023 | 18:30

Noise pollution is a menace to humanity – and a deadly threat to animals

One study grimly noted that human noise may even be scrambling the eggs of baby fish

03 01 2023 | 18:22

Reliance on hi-tech solutions to climate crisis perpetuates racism, says UN official

Rapporteur Tendayi Achiume says projects are at expense of marginalised groups and Indigenous peoples The world’s reliance on hi-tech capitalist solutions to the climate and ecological crises is…

03 01 2023 | 18:17

‘My heart beats up here’: Greece’s nomadic herders on life in the hills – a photo essay

For hundreds of years the Vlach herders in Greece and the Balkans have moved livestock to high mountain pastures for the summer months. But their numbers are dwindling as their arduous existence is…

03 01 2023 | 18:13

‘There’s been a fundamental change in our planet’: hunt on for spot to mark the start of the Anthropocene epoch

Scientists are to pick a location that sums up the current epoch when Homo sapiens made its mark In a few weeks, geologists will select a site that demonstrates most vividly how humans have changed…