The re-elected French president performed poorly on climate in his first term and is relying too heavily on nuclear, experts say
Age-old squabbling and contemporary opaqueness make it difficult for a discussion based on facts to play out in public
Army moves in to break up rocks on river bed as water levels fall below safe levels for barges
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Professor Gordon MacKerron tells RTCC atomic energy is too expensive and politically difficult to meet world’s energy needs
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.
Energy efficiency and renewable power are big winners as fossil fuel subsidies and carbon capture funding cut.
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.
UK Universities and Science Minister, David Willetts says low carbon technology is a vital area for growing the UK economy.
Watchdog predicts less energy security and more CO2 emissions in a diminished nuclear scenario