Environmentalists are urging financial institutions to demand more assessments before giving any more money.
The Amazon rainforest could face “large-scale collapse” by 2050, says new research.
Stakeholders need to collaborate, tackle waste and address the elephant in the room: Afghanistan.
One of the worst such releases ever recorded said to have been caused when a blowout ignited a fire that burned for over six months.
Afghanistan is already grappling with its worst drought in three decades, contributing to the deep economic slump.
Investment of as much as $8 trillion in renewable energy and half of that in grids and storage is required to meet the goal of tripling renewable energy capacity by 2030, as agreed at COP28 in Dubai in December.
The currents that circulate in the Atlantic are approaching a “tipping point” that will change the way water flows around the oceans of the world, which will have a catastrophic climate impact on countries around the world.
Ukrainian authorities are poised to venture into the burgeoning market of biogas exports to Europe.
Hydrogen production and use are expected to grow in 2024, but it remains very expensive to produce and transport, making progress slow.
A report from climate campaign group Global Witness reveals that the fossil fuel sector is anticipated to allocate more than $1 trillion worldwide over the next decade for the expansion of natural gas production.
Disaster season is approaching and this year the world could see its first ever city-killing category six hurricanes.
Issue emerging as top regional policy item on agenda for Astana.
The reservoir beneath the Bulqizë mine is estimated to hold as much as 55,000 tonnes of hydrogen.
The Earth may have passed 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming and in fact could soon reach 2 degrees, say international researchers who studied 300-year-old sea sponges in the Caribbean.
The Biden administration has temporarily frozen approvals of all new licences for the export of US LNG to assess their environmental impact in a move that could disrupt global energy markets.
Agreement signed with Shanghai Fengling Renewables and Serbia Zijin Copper is the start of Serbia's largest-ever renewable energy project.
The EU has long positioned itself as a global champion of green energy and the world’s battle against climate change but the Red Sea Crisis and a mooted ban on Russian aluminium imports are undermining those goals.
Existing study for Rogun Dam’s impact is outdated.
Low-emissions electricity generation will outpace robust electricity demand growth for the next three years. This is because renewables are growing rapidly and nuclear power is on track to reach a new all-time high in 2025, says a new IEA report.
Notus Energy is expanding in Southeast Europe after successfully building Kosovo’s largest wind farm.