The goal is decarbonisation, not 100 per cent renewables, and nuclear should be part of the climate equation, argue Energy for Humanity's Kirsty Gogan and Eric Ingersoll of the Energy Options Network
In the build-up to COP26 it's worth reflecting on progress made, and not made, since the Paris Agreement five years ago. Weeks after the Paris Agreement was signed, we passed the 'red line' threshold...
Professional body has promised to eliminate its head office and staff business travel emissions by mid-century without relying on carbon offsetting.
Partnerships between business and government to back green industries such as sustainable aviation fuels are crucial as we restart the economy, argue Conservative MPs Lia Nici and Martin Vickers
Innovate UK-backed initiative aims to scale up recycling process for rare earth metals used in electric vehicles
Our cities are becoming 'smarter' and producing more and more data - we must harness this data to fight the causes and impacts of climate change, argues C40 Cities's Rachel Huxley