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Pope Francis urged to back fossil fuel divestment campaign

Letter from religious groups in Australia and North America says it is 'immoral' to profit from fossil fuels

16 Apr 2014

Onshore wind turbine construction

Averting climate change catastrophe is affordable, says IPCC report

Landmark UN analysis concludes global roll-out of clean energy would shave only a tiny fraction off economic growth

13 Apr 2014

RWEs Farr wind farm by Norman Childs

Wind farms can reduce house prices by up to 12 per cent, says LSE

Findings contrast with earlier study – and will fan homeowners' demands for compensation when wind farms are approved

09 Apr 2014

Independent Scotland faces £1.8bn bill to meet its green targets – Ed Davey

Energy secretary joins referendum debate, claiming Scotland's plans for 100 per cent green electricity rely on UK taxpayer subsidies

08 Apr 2014

IPCC report proposes sucking carbon out of the air as climate fix

Technique of burning biomass then pumping released carbon underground included in leaked draft from UN climate panel

07 Apr 2014

Tories plan new attack on windfarms

David Cameron considers 2015 manifesto commitment to curb onshore turbines, but Nick Clegg says Lib Dems will block it from coalition programme

02 Apr 2014

Climate change 'already affecting food supply' – UN

Report by climate change panel says global warming is fuelling not only natural disasters, but potentially famine – and war

31 Mar 2014

Britain must take lead in global warming battle, says Ed Davey

Lib Dem energy and climate change secretary speaks out on eve of publication of major UN report on environment

31 Mar 2014

European leaders ask Obama to allow increased exports of US shale gas

EU seeks to break Russian stranglehold on energy supplies – but US president says Europe must step up its own fracking

27 Mar 2014

Fracking safety: Report warns of 'significant unknowns'

Sparse public data on onshore oil and gas drilling makes full extent of failures in hydrocarbon wells unknown, experts say

25 Mar 2014

Owen Paterson held urgent meeting for fracking boss, documents show

Environment secretary held high-level meeting at Cuadrilla's request with Environment Agency over regulation dispute

24 Mar 2014

ExxonMobil agrees to report on climate change's effect on business model

Oil giant bows to pressure from activists who want companies to acknowledge the changes wrought by government action

21 Mar 2014

Chinese smog insurance: travel agency offers air pollution policies

China's largest online travel agency has launched a 'haze-travel insurance package' for tourists to claim compensation for trips ruined by pollution

20 Mar 2014

England's lights 'would go out without Scotland's renewable energy'

Scottish energy minister hits back after UK energy secretary claims independent Scotland would face higher energy bills

20 Mar 2014

Heathrow critics and supporters unite to call for airport noise ombudsman

Letter to Guardian calling for regulator is signed by opponents of expansion as well as advocates of growth at London airport

11 Mar 2014

Focus on low carbon technology, says former UN climate chief

Quarrels over science and policy are undermining the fight against climate change

10 Mar 2014

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