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Germany CO2 emissions to fall in 2014, as renewables deliver a record 28 per cent of country's power

Conergy solar project in Germany

New report by AGEB shows energy demand at 24 year low, thanks to mild winter and increase in renewable energy capacity

30 Oct 2014

EU could cut emissions 24 per cent by 2020

EDF Energy Renewables Fallago Rig wind farm

Preliminary figures suggest bloc is on track to meet all three 2020 climate and energy goals

28 Oct 2014

Shipping emissions could grow 250 per cent by 2050

Shipping containers at a sea port (Photo Diego Cervo-iStock)

Industry's contribution to global CO2 output fell following global slowdown, but is set to rise significantly unless action is taken

24 Oct 2014

US wind power breezes past 2013 installation mark by September

First nine months of 2014 saw 1,254MW of capacity built, compared to 1,088MW during the whole of 2013

22 Oct 2014

Slashing shipping emissions needs open data, IMO told

NGOs says IMO meeting must reject plans to keep vessel efficiency ratings confidential or risk pushing up costs and limiting CO2 cuts

13 Oct 2014

China's emissions cuts 'negated' by industrial boom, study finds

Huge prouction rises enabled by efficiency gains might have outweighed any environmental benefits, researchers warn

05 Oct 2014

Rising US emissions 'a wake up call' to grow green energy

Emissions from fossil fuels rise almost three per cent year on year, reversing long term decline

29 Sep 2014

World carbon budget will be exhausted in a generation, scientists warn

Record levels of emissions predicted for 2014 leave the planet needing substantial carbon cuts to limit global warming to 2°C

21 Sep 2014

UK Environmental Scorecard - At a glance

A summary of the Environmental Audit Committee's damning verdict on the state of the UK's environmental health

16 Sep 2014

Europe stuck with coal unless UK takes action, campaigners warn

Sandbag Report calls on legislators in Brussels and Westminster to change tack as coal emissions continue to rise

24 Jul 2014

Report: No investor immune to climate change impacts

Study highlights impacts of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's landmark study on investors

24 Jun 2014

UK moves to strengthen legally binding carbon targets

Surplus emissions generated in first carbon budget period will not be carried over to pad out budget through to 2017, government says

05 Jun 2014

Obama to unveil historic climate change plan to cut US carbon pollution

Proposed regulations could cut carbon pollution by up to 25 per cent but President still faces potential opposition from Republicans

30 May 2014

Mobile laser lab joins air pollution battle

State-of-the-art facility can be quickly deployed to measure and map emissions at industrial sites across the globe

30 May 2014

EU aims to put brake on truck emissions with new regulations

New strategy outlines plan to measure rising emissions from lorries, buses, and coaches ahead of legislative proposals next year

22 May 2014

Obama considers tougher than expected power plant emissions caps

Reports suggest utilities may face mandated cuts of up to 25 per cent that could require investments in clean energy

20 May 2014

Emissions from 10 food and drinks companies 'higher than Scandinavia'

Cereal and soft drinks brands among top polluters singled out in Oxfam report for not doing enough on climate

20 May 2014

Critics claim energy-efficiency scheme changes fail Cameron's 'carbon neutral' test

Industry body calculates initiatives will replace just 15 per cent of emissions reductions lost through controversial ECO cuts

19 May 2014

Chinese coal production drops as environmental rules start to bite

New industry figures confirm Chinese coal production fell by more than 1.3 per cent last month

09 May 2014

WHO: Half of world's urban population breathing dirty air

New World Health Organisation (WHO) database shows British cities are among those failing to meet air quality standards

08 May 2014

Tesco's rail and sea voyages cut transport emissions 14 per cent

Supermarket cut more than eight million freight transport miles from UK roads last year

02 May 2014

EU car emissions hit target two years early

Provisional data shows manufacturers have already met 130 grams of CO2 per kilometre goal, but green groups cast doubt on figures

01 May 2014

Halving meat and dairy consumption could slash farming emissions

Adopting a 'demitarian' diet would lead to a 25-40 per cent reduction in nitrogen emissions from agriculture in Europe, report shows

25 Apr 2014

VW out to electrify Chinese car market

Volkswagen Group outlines plans to cut emissions of the cars it sells in China, from plug-in limousines to electric hatchbacks

24 Apr 2014

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