Experts say $5bn Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility’s repeated rejection of requests for information on Adani coal project loan has no basis in law
Planned gas pipeline from Russia undermines long-term EU energy security and climate goals, writes Marcin Stoczkiewicz
Rather than waste vast amounts of taxpayer money pulling defunct rigs from the sea, why not spend it on something useful?
Indian ruling means Adani will be unable to manipulate price of coal overseas then seek escalations in cost of power back home
Eurelectric members have pledged to build no new coal power stations from 2020. So why do firms in Serbia and Bosnia still think they can make coal pay?
Environmental protests against the $46bn Southern Gas Corridor are baseless, says Ilham Aliyev, who expects to begin exporting gas through the pipeline by 2018
Power stations opened in 2015 are losing value fast, amid falling EU electricity demand and surging renewable generation
PM Theresa May has offered to help wean Saudi Arabia off oil, but her government’s subsidies to North Sea producers are a poor model for the Middle East petrostate
Australian ministers claim Carmichael mine would send cleaner coal to India than imports from elsewhere. This is false, says analyst from major global agency
EU emissions trading data show €5 a tonne of carbon dioxide is not enough to drive dirty brown coal off the system
We are really bad at predicting Chinese emissions. Why do we think we know what happens next?
Despite the rhetoric, US president Donald Trump’s irrational climate order will fail to benefit the miners he has championed
As India aims to go to 100% EVs by 2030, oil producers are considering investment in lithium-ion battery production
Documents obtained by Climate Home reveal a growing crisis as big miners and government shift liability to small companies who cannot afford coal mine clean up
A freeze on projects in China and India gives fresh hope of meeting tough global warming limits, according to a report by Coal Swarm, Greenpeace and Sierra Club
Norway has some of the most ambitious emissions policies in the world, but is opening oil fields that cannot pay back in a safe climate future, says SEI’s Peter Erickson
In a region of Pakistan besieged by drought, and blessed with solar potential, China is funding the expansion of huge new coal projects