As part of our Rio+20 series focused on business and sustainable development we examine what the Stockholm Environment Institute believes will be an unprecedented energy transition needed in the next decade.
In the first of a series with RTCC, Tom Burke, founding director of sustainability consultancy E3G and a former executive director of Friends of the Earth, explains why he believes nuclear power must not be pursued.
Opposition concerned over localised environmental impact, seismic activity and effect of fresh gas supply on climate change targets.
Loss of peatland landscapes will result in release of additional 11.4-47.3 million tons of carbon dioxide.
A China-UK taskforce could build trust and drive low-carbon collaboration between the countries, according to UK experts.
Legislation which would force the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline passed the House of Representatives, but there is still doubt over whether it will pass the Democrat-controlled Senate.
Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi says ‘water more important than oil’ for Middle East.
By installing some eco-drive techniques in your journey this Christmas you could save money – and carbon – all year round. RTCC is here to show you how.
12,000 protesters descend on Washington DC in opposition of oil sand pipeline as Obama delays decision till after US elections
America must invest in its renewable energy market or face missing out on a $240bn opportunity, US energy secretary Steven Chu has told a conference in Washington
Billed by some as the energy of the future and an environmental time bomb by others, RTCC speaks to those on both sides of the shale gas debate to find out more