Already bearing heavy costs from climate change, Indian farmers fear the government’s market reforms will drive them deeper into debt
Campaigners say the Narrabri gas project will destroy local biodiversity and water supplies as well as increase greenhouse gas emissions.
NEWS: Global greenhouse gas emissions could peak by 2020 says influential agency if governments take radical steps now
NEWS: $53 trillion must be channelled towards low carbon energy by 2035 to stave off dangerous climate change, says IEA
NEWS: China carbon emissions tool tests impact of radical energy policies – with prospects of emissions peak by 2025
Falling coal prices could force up emissions, as coal replaces gas on the grid, says bank report
Installation of tidal turbines in water between mainland Scotland and Orkney could help government achieve 100% renewables by 2020
Changes to government support for wind and solar proves industries are competitive say industry insiders
Boston-based Emission Information app tells users whether their electricity is being produced by solar, nuclear or coal power
British scientists have developed a new way to charge electrical appliances by spending a penny or visiting the loo
UK House of Lords committee says the money is available but governments need to clear the path to ensure vital investment can take place during the next decade
EU presses on with supergrid plans despite budget cuts as energy commissioner Günther Oettinger calls for North Africa and Caspian Sea nations to join in
Climate Live: The latest climate change headlines curated by RTCC, updated daily from 0830-1700 GMT
Climate Live: The latest climate change headlines curated by RTCC, updated daily from 0900-1700 GMT
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.
Today’s headlines, Glasgow’s disused mines to heat the city, African farmers find ways to tackle drought and Obama says climate change is “not a hoax”.
Speaking to a crowd at Iowa State University, Obama calls of student to choose an energy future good for both the economy and the planet.
In the ninth of the RTCC Youth Series we talk to Chris Castro from IDEASforUs about driving sustainability in US campuses, the importance of innovation and entrepreneurship and taking the group global.