The government is relying on special cow food and green plane fuel to cut emissions – but officials warn some solutions may fall short
France has abandoned plans to phase out tax breaks on agricultural diesel in efforts to appease its increasingly disgruntled farmers
A draft resolution aimed at creating a space for discussion on sun dimming technologies will be debated at the summit of the UN’s environment body this month
The Nigerian government is sinking billions into the long-delayed project but economic and security problems are mounting
Ultra free-market president Javier Milei has not so far been able to get cuts to environmental regulations through Congress
Indonesia supplies the EV industry with critical battery materials but the sector’s rapid expansion is threatening the rights of Indigenous peoples
To fund a crackdown against gang violence, Ecuador’s recently elected president Daniel Noboa suggested a moratorium on a vote to ban an Amazon oil drilling project.
The European Commission has proposed a 90% cut to net emissions by 2040 but has dropped specific targets for farming
To compete with China, India wants to make solar panels from scratch. But dependence on its rival for key components make it a tough task
The oil and gas giant offset part of its emissions with over a million credits from Chinese projects suspended because of integrity concerns
Their failure to agree risks delaying help for victims of climate disasters in developing countries
Podesta will lead US international climate diplomacy alongside his current job overseeing the rollout of domestic clean energy subsidies
Analysts said Saudi Arabia’s government may be losing faith that the world wants to keep buying more of its oil
Giorgia Meloni has unveiled a long-awaited plan for African development named after Enrico Mattei, founder of oil and gas giant Eni.
Food and plants dumped into US landfills are rotting and warming the planet but “weak” regulations have not been improved
The Biden administration is freezing approvals of new LNG export permits as climate considerations take centre stage.
In the first story of our Clean Energy Frontier series, we go to Zimbabwe, which is betting on the booming lithium industry to spur economic growth
A group celebrating the sabotage said they opposed the pipeline out of solidarity with marginalised people in the USA