Average emissions for new cars in the UK fell for the 17th year in a row in 2014, according to recently published data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

A fascinating thing is happening, though, that is allowing some North Koreans to use electricity.

Released earlier this month, Ethical Markets released its latest Green Transition Scoreboard, which pinpointed $6.22 trillion invested so far since 2007 in the global green economy.

Earlier this week, China’s National Energy Administration revealed that the country had installed 5.04 GW of new solar capacity in the first quarter of 2015 — over half of what the country installe

Fossil fuel companies should be factoring in the risk of a climate change-driven ‘black swan event’ – such as the sudden and complete transformation of the global energy market, or a decision to ca

The global renewable energy market is abuzz with the recent announcement of results of the fourth round auction of projects under South Africa’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procure