Oil major says it is abandoning plans to drill in the remote region to focus on opportunities likely to create value in the 'near to medium term', but it sounds to some like a response to the 'carbon bubble'
The South Australian Bight is perhaps one of the world's most biodiverse marine habitats. Beneath the pristine waters swim Australian sea lions, Bluefin tuna, endangered whale species and sardines, alongside...
Sustained efforts are needed to deploy more renewables and improve electricity access for world's poorest, progress report warns
New plans for a tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay are 'credible and financially viable', according to report for Swansea Council
Charitable foundations and philanthropists should funnel their cash into environmental action, say 11 of the UK's leading scientists
Firm plans to have five new public access stations up and running by the end of the year, in bid to enable long-distance, low emission trucking