Panel including Governator, Sir Richard Branson and IPPC chief Pachauri meets standing Californian Governor Jerry Brown to debate climate change.
US Energy Secretary Steven Chu faces hostile questioning over the $535m loan guarantee given to the now bankrupt solar panel maker Solyndra – we’ve Storified an entertaining session.
As he hands the secret Climate Home editor codes and knackered laptop to Karl Mathiesen, Ed King reflects on the five years since he launched the site
Car manufacturer Tesla repays its Department of Energy loan nine years early as Ernst Moniz says only 2% of its $34bn portfolio has resulted in losses
EU Climate Commissioner delighted that ‘science’ to form backbone of US policy on global warming
The President placed the climate on the agenda in his inaugural address on Monday – but how can he achieve his goals?
President Barack Obama and Governor Romney did not mention the ‘c’ word in the third and final election debate, but that did not stop climate change dominating discussions on foreign policy.
Legislation that would protect coal mines from closure and make Federal funding of renewables projects more difficult will be debated in Congress this week
The latest figures are out and the news, on the face of it is good. But over-committing to gas locks us into a volatile, high carbon world, which will have negative impacts for climate change and energy security.
New model shows switch from coal to renewables is cheapest way for Western US to cut emissions.
In the first of a series of articles, Luke Hughes, Campaigns Officer of the UK’s Youth Climate Coalition, reflects on Durban and charts a course for future talks.