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30 01 2024 | 06:06

Goodbye Mr Kerry, farewell Mr Xie: end of an era in global climate politics

As the US and China climate envoys retire, more than a leadership gap opens in crucial bilateral relationship and climate politics

25 01 2024 | 07:19

Why climate tech desperately needs more financial backing and how to secure it

The recent Global Stocktake reaffirmed that the world is far off the pace of decarbonization required to keep 1.5C on track. The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, is an…

25 01 2024 | 07:09

Climate advisors identify main gaps in EU’s post-2030 climate policy

The European Scientific Advisory Board on Climate Change (ESABCC) published a new report on Thursday (18 January) analysing the main gaps in the EU’s post-2030 climate policy, with renewable energies…

25 01 2024 | 07:09

Cop28 deal will fail unless rich countries quit fossil fuels, says climate negotiator

G77 president Pedro Pedroso warns deal risks failing if polluters like UK, US and Canada don’t rethink plans to expand oil and gas The credibility of the Cop28 agreement to “transition away” from…

25 01 2024 | 06:53

Germany’s last solar panel producer prepares to close shop

Meyer Burger, the biggest producer of solar modules in Germany, has announced plans to close down and relocate to the US, fuelling political debates on whether the industry deserves long-term state…

25 01 2024 | 06:37

Deal reached to boost number of zero-emission trucks and buses on EU roads

EU countries and the European Parliament reached an agreement on Thursday (18 January) on new rules tightening CO2 limits on heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs), paving the way for a significant increase in…

25 01 2024 | 06:30

EU bans ‘misleading’ green claims relying on carbon offsets

Terms such as “climate neutral” or “climate positive” that rely on offsetting will be banned from the EU by 2026 as part of a crackdown on misleading environmental claims. Euractiv’s media partner,…

25 01 2024 | 06:10

What to make of Europe’s upcoming carbon management strategy

The European Commission’s upcoming carbon management strategy will propose the sequestration of up to 450 million tonnes of CO2 annually by 2050 and kick off a debate about the future of the EU’s…

21 01 2024 | 13:23

More than 160 elephants die in Zimbabwe, with many more at risk

Drought in Hwange national park was the cause of most of the deaths, and wildlife experts fear the climate crisis could make such events look normal At least 160 elephants have died as drought…

21 01 2024 | 13:14

EU bans ‘misleading’ environmental claims that rely on offsetting

Products and services billed as climate neutral, biodegradable or eco must provide proof, with carbon schemes banned as evidence Terms such as “climate neutral” or “climate positive” that rely on…

21 01 2024 | 13:05

Kenya doubles electricity imports from neighboring countries amid increased demand

Kenya has more than doubled its power imports from neighboring countries amid increased demand, the national bureau said in a new economic report released Friday. The Kenya National Bureau of…

21 01 2024 | 13:00

‘Very scary’: Mark Zuckerberg’s pledge to build advanced AI alarms experts

Meta CEO accused of being ‘irresponsible’ by considering making tools on par with human intelligence open source

21 01 2024 | 12:39

Online wave of climate change denial tries to undermine green solutions, study says

Attacks on renewable energies make up the majority of false claims on sites such as YouTube, research shows A new wave of denial about climate change is on the rise even as there is greater…

21 01 2024 | 12:14

London underprepared for ‘lethal’ climate change risks, report warns

Report says climate crisis presents a threat to life among most vulnerable communities in London London is underprepared for the heatwaves, flooding and rising sea levels it is forecast to…

21 01 2024 | 12:06

Greenland losing 30m tonnes of ice an hour, study reveals

Total is 20% higher than thought and may have implications for collapse of globally important north Atlantic ocean currents The Greenland ice cap is losing an average of 30m tonnes of ice an hour…

21 01 2024 | 12:04

Cooling world’s hottest cities

A combination of cooling technologies and techniques could reduce the temperature and energy needs of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It’s possible to significantly reduce the temperatures of a major city in…

21 01 2024 | 12:03

A French-led energy insurrection

On 19 December, 11 EU countries issued a joint statement urging the EU to take full account of nuclear power – not just renewable energies – when elaborating future policies that will determine how…

21 01 2024 | 11:56

Beyond economic growth: A wellbeing economy is the future

This week multinational CEOs, government leaders, wealthy elites and other power holders gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos where one of the four major themes is “creating growth”. Ironic,…

21 01 2024 | 11:55

Germany’s dream of building a fleet of hydrogen-fired power plants is faltering

Plans to build a fleet of hydrogen power plants to supplement wind turbines and solar panels are faltering, amid a budgetary squeeze and demands for cost-cutting from industry. By 2035, Germany…