Climate Live: The latest climate change headlines curated by RTCC, updated daily from 0830-1700 GMT
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Iceland’s ambassador to Japan Stefan Larus Stefansson says the country should learn from Iceland’s experience and pursue a geothermal energy boom
New poll shows turning tide in US attitudes to climate change and clean energy with overwhelming majority saying it should be on Congress’ to do list.
Forget the stalemate at the UN climate change talks, back home the US is making more climate change progress than its partisan politics would have you think.
Report claims 3 billion tonnes of CO2 could be saved but critics question benefits of “big-hydro” on social and environmental grounds.
Business and government could do worse than follow in Australian footsteps writes, Jennifer Morgan, director of the climate and energy programme at the World Resource Institute.
Emerging barrage technology harnesses tides without need to flood estuaries with estimates of 100 GW of potential available in China alone.
Former US President hits out at Republican plans aimed at protecting coal industry, saying environmental and economic advantages of clean tech sector make it vital part of USA’s future
China’s economic expansion remains remarkably resilient in the face of the global economic crisis – and much of it is down to a renewable energy sector that is working for the rest of the world
In an age of austerity and bank collapses could Crowdfunding provide a long-term and sustainable form of finance for renewable energy and other ‘green’ schemes?
The Climate Group reveals Beijing’s plans to focus on ten mitigation and ten adaptation tools as it looks to tackle climate change head-on.
40% growth expected during next five years but US market faces “crash” as tax subsidy closes at end of 2012.
The energy debate often doesn’t stretch much further than fossil fuels and nuclear power, but there are a host of alternative technologies in the pipeline.
Maria van der Hoeven, executive director of the IEA says that much of the technology to deliver on Ban Ki-moon’s Sustainable Energy for All project is available leaving governments to roll-out the right policies.
Majority of Europe surpasses country’s carbon dioxide cuts while renewable energy remains a fraction of that of fellow OECD and EU nations despite pace of expansion, according to new figures.
A new IEA report claims that gas has a role to play in the fight on climate change but there are warnings it could derail the battle on more effective fronts.
Ed Nusbaum, CEO of Grant Thornton International and Nathan Goode, head of environment, energy and sustainability at Grant Thornton UK explain what’s holding back investment in the green economy.