I am named in a Shell lawsuit against Greenpeace for trying to board their oil rig, but I won’t stop fighting their climate vandalism
Could petrostate UAE be the climate summit host that lands an international agreement to exit coal, oil and gas?
Backed by the EU, Namibia has a $20 billion plan to export green hydrogen. A secretive tender process raises concerns for nature and citizens.
Experts said that China didn’t want to shut down coal mines and was likely under-counting its coal mine methane emissions
Climate Home analysed how highly-publicised commitments are faring two years on from their announcement
After its pleas for grants not loans fell mostly on deaf ears, Indonesia has watered down its plans to shut coal power plants early
The technically complex contract was won by Alfajiri, which is based in a residential property in Canada and has only existed a few months
As Israel cuts off electricity to the Gaza Strip, rooftop solar panels help residents to survive frequent bombardment
China opposed six Green Climate Fund projects because the proposals flagged the risk of forced labour in the manufacturing of solar panels.
Planned oil and gas blocks cover an area the size of France in the Brazilian Amazon
Clean energy is a priority as China promises $100 billion of development funding – but don’t call it climate finance
The 27 member states agreed to pursue a tripling of renewable energy by 2030 but softened language on phasing out fossil fuels
China and India will see the biggest coal job losses and need to plan support for affected communities, Global Energy Monitor warns
Nearly two fifths of India’s districts depend on the coal sector and a rapid phasedown would be devastating for millions of people
A finance tool to shut down Asian coal plants up to a decade early will swing into action “soon”, says Asian Development Bank climate envoy
Five environmentalists have been jailed in the last two years, while the government works on a clean energy partnership with rich nations
The International Energy Agency calls on countries to bring forward net zero targets and rely less on fossil fuel technofixes
Nineteen countries signed up to an India-led alliance this month to boost production of biofuels, but experts raise sustainability concerns