An oil spill in Nigeria for which Royal Dutch Shell is being sued for tens of millions of dollars in a London court was at least 60 times worse than it announced, a report by Amnesty International

Britain's renewable energy market is expected to turn over 24 billion pounds by 2020, more than double what British green energy companies made in 2010/11, a study by consultancy Innovas Solutions

A Japanese government panel is likely to recommend utilities pay 42 yen (51 cents) per kilowatt-hour (kwh) for solar power supplies in a feed-in tariff scheme, in line with requests by the solar po

Britain has awarded ICE Futures Europe a contract to host auctions to sell carbon permits in the third phase (2013-2020) of the European Union emissions trading scheme, the UK government said on Mo

Britain and the United States will agree to collaborate on developing floating wind turbine technology at a clean energy ministerial meeting in London this week, the UK's department of energy and c

India, to put it euphemistically, is awash in its own ‘crap’ — a word derived from old Dutch to mean excrement.

Mexico's Senate on Thursday passed a climate change bill aimed at encouraging a voluntary carbon emissions trading market, clearing the way for President Felipe Calderon to sign it, as expected, in

Huge reserves of underground water in some of the driest parts of Africa could provide a buffer against the effects of climate change for years to come, scientists said on Friday.

California orange and lemon growers are bracing for a deadly bacterial disease that could ravage the state's $2 billion citrus industry after the first infected tree in the state was identified in

Peruvian President Ollanta Humala said on Friday that U.S.-based Newmont Mining should carry out a more ambitious environmental mitigation plan if it hopes to build its $4.8 billion Conga gold mine