Senator Harry Reid assures industry that the tax credit scheme will be renewed and takes swipe at climate sceptics.
US state of Iowa’s experience demonstrates green jobs can be real jobs but tax changes could jeopardise future of tens of thousands of workers
Farmers concerned about this year’s harvest have called on the Obama administration to suspend the ethanol quota while a report by Deloitte finds 90% of businesses are unprepared for the green economy.
Today’s top headlines: MPs call on UK to eliminate fossil fuel subsidies, US official says cutting air pollutant could ‘buy time’ in fight against climate change, and extreme melt event in Greenland.
Authors of Games’ original sustainability strategy, WWF and Bioregional, issue mixed scorecard for organisers but event still outshines previous Olympics and raises bar for future events.
Meeting of Environment ministers ends on high, Nestle chairman blames biofuels for end of “cheap food” era, the wind energy subsidy cut could “cost UK jobs” and how to put a fire out without water (or chemicals).
40% growth expected during next five years but US market faces “crash” as tax subsidy closes at end of 2012.
Government is addressing energy security, development and carbon emissions with pioneering public-private partnership.
Falling costs and improving technology leaves politicians as the major hurdle to renewable energy deployment says Tom Burke, founding director of sustainability consultancy and a former executive director of Friends of the Earth.
Country will back recent climate change laws with major shift in energy strategy.
New research examining wind farms in Texas found that turbines could affect local weather, causing a rise in night-time temperatures.
As the UK touts the possibility of linking Iceland’s bountiful geothermal energy to the rest of Europe, Redpoint Energy explains why EU red tape could hold back plans for a European super-grid.
New report shows industry is worth €127bn to the EU yet opposition to clean energy remains.
$260 billion spent on clean energy in 2010 but renewables policy support is flagging.
Jean-Pierre Huguet of the European Platform Against Wind tells us why wind is not the future for energy security in Europe.
All the pieces are in place for wind power to establish itself as the key technology for clean energy writes Maria McCaffery, Chief Executive of RenewableUK.
Ensuring universal access to energy will mean $1 trillion of investment by 2030, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA), with 60 per cent going to sub-Saharan Africa