Miguel Arias Cañete told by lawmakers that he must give up his shares in two oil companies if his nomination is to be approved
Lawmakers say that the EU's proposed new climate and energy commissioner, Miguel Arias Cañete, must dispose of any oil company shareholdings before they consider giving his nomination a green light at...
But tentative analysis from Carbon Brief points out likely reduction in CO2 this year would still be far off goals of the Paris Agreement
Collaboration will investigate uses for hydrogen at Uniper's retiring coal plants as it takes aim at becoming carbon neutral by 2035
The Wildlife Trusts and Green Alliance among groups warning aid package not enough to protect the struggling sector amid urgent climate and environmental crises
Coronavirus shutdown across key EV markets such as China, US and Europe will lead to major sales slowdown, Wood Mackenzie forecasts