China’s carbon emissions are on track to rise at their fastest pace in more than seven years during 2018, casting further doubt on the ability of the Paris climate change agreement to curb dangerou
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Europe stands “ready to lead the fight” for global emissions reductions even if Donald Trump undercuts the bloc’s efforts to tackle the issue, the European Commission’s energy chief has said.
Only four of the 12 largest companies — Peugeot Citroën, Toyota, Renault-Nissan and Volvo — are on track to hit incoming EU targets, according to PA Consulting group, which advises many of the comp
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Toxic haze that spread across Southeast Asia from Indonesian forest fires last year caused the deaths of about 100,000 people across the region, according to the first academic study of the health
Thousands of people took to the streets of an eastern Chinese city this weekend to protest against a proposed nuclear waste reprocessing facility, in a show of public opposition that China fears co
Brussels will tighten CO2 targets for cars and vans from 2020 as it moves towards a long-term ambition of zero emissions from road vehicles.
In Germany, people’s power has wrought a revolution.
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