NEWS: Carbon levels still rising fast but IEA says stall in last 12 months indicates new clean energy policies may be having an impact
CO2 emissions are set to rise by 20% but energy efficiency measures could help curb this increase
Joe Curtin from the IIEA asks if the rejection of EU ETS “backloading” is a minor hiccup or the beginning of the end?
12 months in focus: Rising temperatures, extreme weather events, an inconclusive Earth Summit in Rio and a promise from US President Obama to finally address global warming
Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney says clean coal is the answer to the USA’s energy problems – but does it really exist?
How has REDD+, the UN’s project aimed at rewarding communities for protecting their forests and enhancing their carbon stock, developed since its inception in 2007?
New research shows that while a slow down of carbon absorption of the planet’s ecosystems is projected, today they continue to keep up with the rising levels of emissions being released into the atmosphere.
Today’s top stories: Research finds 70% of Arctic ice loss is due to man-made climate change and OECD report says nuclear expansion to continue in Asia
UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary says he is planning to embark on a new diplomatic push to encourage Poland to adopt the EU’s proposed 30% carbon emissions target.
New study which examines pre-industrial revolution emissions finds they still impact climate today, warning current emissions’ impacts will last for centuries
Deutsche Post DHL explain how they managed to cut 10% of their emissions since 2008 by weaving sustainable practices into their everyday operations.
Australian oceans expert tells RTCC warmer seas will absorb less CO2, exacerbating greenhouse effect.
Technology and finance available but study says more must be done to cut emissions.
Watchdog predicts less energy security and more CO2 emissions in a diminished nuclear scenario