Populists and the liberal order go head-to-head in a battle for control of Europe this week - The results could define the EU's approach to the climate crisis for years to come
The European elections are second only to the Indian election as the largest democratic exercise on Earth. Over the course of the next few days, more than 400 million voters across Europe will go to the...
Pontiff yesterday warned leading investors and energy giants that climate change 'threatens the very future of the human family'
SSE will close its last coal-fired power station early next year, to leave just five coal plants left on UK grid
New report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology concludes there is 'no reason' why hydrogen can't safely be used in the UK gas grid
Renewables employment hits highest ever level despite slowdown in China