History shows governments that don’t anticipate and make provisions for the decline of coal burden communities for generations
Government assessment contains “grossly insufficient detail” about impact on world heritage site, said campaigners, who fear deal will prejudice an ongoing legal case
Consumers are footing the bill for Rattan India’s Amravati power station, a “shocking” example of a dysfunctional sector
Experts say $5bn Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility’s repeated rejection of requests for information on Adani coal project loan has no basis in law
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?
Australian ministers claim Carmichael mine would send cleaner coal to India than imports from elsewhere. This is false, says analyst from major global agency
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
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
In a region of Pakistan besieged by drought, and blessed with solar potential, China is funding the expansion of huge new coal projects
Major EU shipping hub is diversifying away from coal in line with a transition to lower carbon sources of energy, strategy paper reveals
Burial mounds from the 5,000-year-old Funnelbeaker culture stand in the way of the proposed Ościsłowo opencast lignite mine
Three years after it came online, Izdemir power station has been stripped of its environmental licence, in a win for campaigners
Setback for Chinese-backed plant planned near Europe’s second most-polluted city, with a ruling it must comply with tougher pollution limits
A 25% drop in imports in 2016 leads minister to declare independence from foreign coal
Report commissioned by the Federal Environment Agency recommends closing older plants rather than relying on the carbon price