Steep decline in coal-fired electricity generation means no need for new coal mines, campaigners claim
UN chief Antonio Guterres tells Associated Press countries should stop building new coal from next year or face 'total disaster'
Grid operator confirms no coal plants scheduled to come online before 2pm this afternoon, meaning UK is set to complete a week without coal power
A Bank Holiday record of 114 consecutive hours without using coal power underlined the UK's progress in quitting its dirtiest fuel, but where next for the fossil fuel phase out?
In April 2019, the US renewables sector generated more electricity than the country's coal power plants for the first time, according to analysis by the Institute for Energy Economics.
German energy reveals it is cancelling future coal investments, including major new plant planned for its site in Niederaussem
More than 30 heads of state arrive in Beijing to court its massive outward investment plan, but the UN chief and others warn the investments must be sustainable
As climate protests dominated the news agenda, the UK grid managed an unbroken 90 hours without generating electricity from coal
Government confirms electricity grid clocked up 650 hours of coal-free generation during the first quarter of the year - more than was achieved during the whole of 2017
As coal use drops off, aviation is coming to the fore as bloc's biggest emitter
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Official government estimates suggest UK emissions now at 1890 levels, with hopes that transport emissions are finally dipping
Influential new report from Sandbag claims policies already in place to deliver 50 per cent cut in emissions by 2030, paving the way for increased ambition
Around 75 per cent of coal production is more expensive than renewables, with industry out-competed on cost by 2025
Influential body warns greening of the global energy transition has stagnated over last five years, as IEA report confirms coal use rose again last year
Britain has its first new deep coal mine in decades - a result of pretending climate change isn't political
Rebecca Willis argues the controversial decision to approve a new coal mine in the UK is symptomatic of a wider political failure
Banking giant on track to double penetration of sustainable investments by 2020
County council claims potential for new jobs in the short term 'outweighed concerns about climate change and local amenity'
French bank's tighter exclusions on firms engaged in thermal coal mining and coal-fired power generation to come into effect from 2020
Government moves forward phase out date as part of new clean energy package
The UK's coal phase out may be proceeding apace, but as Josh Burke argues there remains a gap where 'Just Transition' plans should sit
'A good step forward': Glencore announces plan to 'limit' coal production and develop 'Paris-consistent strategy'
'To deliver a strong investment case to our shareholders, we must invest in assets that will be resilient to regulatory, physical and operational risks related to climate change'
EDF Energy announces closure of Cottam coal-fired power station in Nottinghamshire, citing 'challenging market conditions', as government survey again highlights renewables popularity
Renewables deliver a third of EU power, emissions keep falling, but lignite clings on - all the key takeaways from Sandbag and Agora Energiewende's latest annual assessment