Electricity is set to dominate energy demand by mid-century, doubling to a 45% share as cars, buildings and manufacturers quickly shift away from fossil fuels, according to a global energy transiti

Political divisions between rich and poor countries make the board of the UN climate fund ‘extremely difficult to work with’, says green growth chief

Satellite imagery reveals that many coal-fired power projects that were halted by the Chinese government have quietly restarted.

Over 10% of UK foreign aid for climate change projects was channelled through 79 private consultancies, or more than £875 million since 2011.

From Pakistan to Panama, a steady stream of countries from the Global South have endorsed China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) promoting connectivity since its launch in 2013.

An Australian government plan to lock in electricity emissions targets may breach a key commitment to the Paris Agreement.

The Great Barrier Reef has become a notorious victim of climate change. But it is not the only Australian ecosystem on the brink of collapse

Renewable energy sources satisfied more of Germany’s power demands than coal during the first half of 2018, marking a shift towards clean power as the Bundesrepublik continues to debate how best to

The Dutch government is due in court on Monday to appeal against the verdict of a climate lawsuit.

A major forest protection scheme in the Democratic Republic of Congo is in turmoil, amid a standoff between the country’s environment ministry and international donors.

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