One in four business leaders are turning to alternative fuels to combat high oil prices and boost environmental protection, according to Grant Thornton study released today.
Positive action on desertification, climate change migration and sustainable biofuels, it’s been a busy week for climate change. Here’s what the team at RTCC has learnt this week.
Bloc continues to see role for the technology in its fight against climate change despite claims linking it human rights abuses and concerns over food prices.
As a leading NGO calls on the EU to turn its back on biofuels over food price and human rights fears, is there a sustainable path for the industry?
New figures claim renewable energy and efficiency sectors received majority of funding but the big fossil fuel firms are still the biggest beneficiaries.
Research follows EU climate commissioner’s call for caution on future of biofuel.
President Obama, Ban Ki-moon and NASA all had something to say in a hectic week of climate change news. RTCC runs through five ideas to takeaway from the week.
New discovery means ethanol can be produced from seaweed, sparing food crops.
Navy and shipping firm Maersk collaborate on largest ever biofuel shipping trials
Study calls for extra funding in domestic UK biofuel production to ensure EU road and rail cuts are achieved.
Aviation could run on sustainable fuels by 2050, but current designs of planes mean liquid fuel – particularly biofuels – will have a role for at least 50 years, according to British Airways’ Environmental Manager.
As the first biofuel planes take to the sky in the UK and Spain; hailed as the first step towards lower emissions, green groups condemn them as environmentally harmful