As major new UN report predicts soaring food prices, influential think tank argues scrapping fuel subsidies would help tackle agricultural and environmental challenges
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has hit out at the continuing subsidies paid out to fossil fuel producers, which some estimates put at over £380bn a year. Speaking...
Countries agree on energy efficiency targets but little else, as big decisions on how to curb shipping emissions are once again deferred
In what could prove to be a world first, green entrepreneur Dale Vince has today declared a 'climate emergency' at renewable energy specialist Ecotricity
Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott ousted, but Australian voters opt to stick with ruling Liberal-National Coalition despite its inaction on climate change
Calls grow for Prime Minister to deliver net zero emission target before she steps down, as reports suggest government could beef up green Brexit deal