Falling coal prices could force up emissions, as coal replaces gas on the grid, says bank report
Beijing’s efforts to cut smog to also cut CO2, but nationwide carbon emissions and air pollution likely to remain high until at least next decade.
Tension with gas supplier Russia to spur push for domestic energy, but not only renewables would benefit
Europe urged to invest in renewables to avoid being held to ransom by Russia over gas flow
Producers might walk away unless govt cuts red tape, says consultancy
Morning summary: controversial bill would give California the nation’s toughest regulation on shale gas exploration
Country’s success in pioneering the route to exploiting undersea methane stocks could be good news for a resource-hungry country, and bad news for an overheating planet
Oil multinational argues emphasis on renewables will give coal a greater shelf-life
Opposition concerned over localised environmental impact, seismic activity and effect of fresh gas supply on climate change targets.
With energy companies announcing yet another change in prices, could it be time for the UK to look towards an energy mix which includes more renewables?