When powerful earthquakes rocked New Zealand and Haiti in 2010, each measuring 7.0 magnitude, very different dramas unfolded: New Zealand, though hit hard, was able to start recovering relatively q

‘The Dirty Thirty’ report says regulators have yet to take action against carmakers

China has released an ambitious plan to make 90 per cent of its polluted agricultural land “safely usable” within four years, as it addresses a longtime problem that affects food security and publi

As the company has assets worth around $130bn, he suggested a 20 per cent low-carbon target “could be big”.

The 2009 Black Saturday bushfires in the state of Victoria that broke out on February 7 that year rank among Australia’s worst natural disasters.

Poland’s thriving wind energy industry has warned that it faces bankruptcies, rapid divestment and an end to growth under a bill that threatens executives with prison.

Global warming or hot air? Democratic politicians say climate change is a grave threat to the US. Their Republican counterparts accuse them of alarmism over a non-issue.

The world is starting to heat up again, say British scientists, raising speculation that a 15-year slowdown in the rate of global warming could be coming to an end.

A tough new EU emissions test meant to better reflect carmakers’ performance will do little to bring official results into line with reality, a new report has warned.

A groundbreaking UN climate-change deal is edging closer, according to a French government document, as countries scramble to avoid a repeat of the last big summit on the issue in 2009, which ended