Fears mount that US is seeking to water down commitment to new legally-binding climate treaty
The US has once again risked angering both developing and industrialised nations, after reports emerged suggesting American diplomats at this week's Bangkok climate talks were attempting to water down...
Climate campaigners erect 10-metre replica of fracking rig outside Houses of Parliament on first day of Cuadrilla appeal into Lancashire planning application refusal
Five-year research programme finds that 'food-based digestate' from anaerobic digestion is an effective source of nitrogen, allowing farmers to cut use of bagged fertilisers
Key ICAO committee recommends adoption of carbon standard for aircraft, as pressure on aviation industry to support Paris Agreement mounts
Research warns of the long timescale of climate change impacts unless urgent action is taken to cut emissions drastically