WWF's Gareth Redmond-King argues that when you look at the UK's current energy infrastructure trends there is no need to respond to the coal phase out with a new 'dash for gas'
Industry-wide analysis reveals insurance sector has exposure to coal consistent with trajectory for six degrees of warming
European insurance giant says it will pull its business out of coal sector completely by 2040 as part of 'ambitious climate protection package'
Coal returns to the grid after a record-breaking stretch of over three days when no coal-fired power stations were required
Demand lower following recent warm weather, making it easier for gas, renewables and nuclear to cover UK's needs
Europe's biggest bank announces intention to halt financing for coal-fired power plants as part of low-carbon drive - but lists Bangladesh, Indonesia and Vietnam as exceptions
No coal was used for power generation in the UK between 10.25pm on Monday and 5.10am yesterday, National Grid confirms
BREAKING: Banks Group slams decision by government to reject coal mine on climate grounds
Bloomberg Philanthropies and energy giant Drax become latest organisations to signal support for Powering Past Coal Alliance
EXCLUSIVE: Claire Perry to tell New York Energy Summit 'the time for unabated coal fired electricity has well and truly passed'
Mining giant will split from lobby group over its stance on climate change
Provisional government statistics confirm greenhouse gases now as low as they were in 1890, with wind and solar becoming UK's second biggest source of electricity
Sharp rise globally in the dirtiest fossil fuel investments reverses progress made after the Paris agreement, with tar sands holdings more than doubling in Trump's first year in office
Decision letter confirms that Secretary of State gave "very considerable weight" to greenhouse gas emissions that would result from controversial coal mine
Carbon emissions from energy rose 1.4 per cent to hit an historic high of 32.5 gigatonnes last year
Number of newly completed and in-development coal-fired power stations around the world fell by almost a third last year, analysis shows
Official data reveals jump in renewables use in 2017, with natural gas and coal generation falling 7.7 per cent and 2.5 per cent, respectively
'We will not be heating our buildings in 2050 by setting fire to the same substances that people burned in the Victorian era' government predicts
Producer of coal and platinum publishes 'innovative and ambitious' sustainability strategy
Irish government confirms it will join international group as it seeks to end use of coal-fired power by 2025
If climate policies follow strategy set out in Paris and ratchet up over time fossil fuel companies could be putting trillions of dollars at risk
Crashing levels of coal use behind steep fall in emissions, but hopes for further progress are undermined by news of a rise in transport emissions
BREAKING: On the day a long-awaited decision on future of plans for open cast coal mine was expected, government confirms it has deferred the ruling without setting a new deadline
86,000 signature petition is to be delivered to Communities Secretary Sajid Javid ahead of key planning decisions