Governments should prepare to pay coal operators to shut down plants and compensate impacted workers and communities, study argues
Legal & General, Aberdeen Standard Investments and Church of England Pensions Board join anti-coal, multi-stakeholder alliance that aims to encourage the phase out of coal by 2050 at the latest.
Council to consider changes to planning application following highly critical report that argued a new coal mine in the UK was not compatible with the country's climate goals
Australian banking giant becomes latest major investor to tighten coal lending rules with 2030 target for ending investment
Major study backed by 250 NGOs and environmental organisations claims financing for fossil fuels has risen every year since the Paris Agreement was signed
Efforts to redevelop the historic coal mining region of Laustiz in Germany are the result of empowering local communities - it is imperative the UK does the same, argues IPPR's Josh Emden
Work now set to start early next year on Woodhouse Colliery, which plans to extract coking coal from under the sea off the coast of Cumbria