Major victory for global divestment campaign as Nordic investment giant excludes 19 fossil fuel companies from its portfolio
Canadian province rejects plan for Enbridge Northern Gateway, saying company failed to demonstrate adequate clean-up plan
Representatives approve bill declaring that controversial oil pipeline from Canada does not need president's permission
Letter argues State Department used outdated modelling to suggest pipeline will not lead to increased greenhouse gas emissions
Controversial State Department study concludes pipeline will not lead to a net increase in greenhouse gas emissions
Credit agency teams up with Carbon Tracker Initiative to analyse long-term creditworthiness of firms investing in Canadian oil sands
President faces jobs dilemma over controversial Keystone pipeline with decision expected in April
Secretary of state's meeting with Canadian foreign minister will almost certainly touch on the controversial pipeline project
HSBC study finds meeting international climate goals could strip 60 per cent of the value from companies such as BP, Shell, and Statoil
State Department gives President some breathing space with confirmation final decision on whether to approve tar sands pipeline will not be needed until April
Greenpeace's new report deserves to make headlines around the world, but a dysfunctional political and economic system guards against action
Point of No Return report from Greenpeace highlights how the world’s 14 largest planned fossil fuel projects will increase emissions 20 per cent
An oil company tries to foment a conversation about the linkages between energy, food, and water. What's going on here?
Company green lights flagship project with pledge to provide globally significant CCS demonstration
Major new report argues urgent reform to US clean energy policy required to end cycle of boom and bust
As London's Olympic Park is declared FSC certified, new campaign accuses BP, Dow Chemicals and Rio Tinto sponsorship of using Games for 'greenwash'
Latest data shows modest rise in emissions, despite pledge to slash carbon output by 2020
Media fooled as campaign group questions BP's role as Games' sustainability partner
UK among large number of abstentions as vote forces final decision back on ministers
A move to formally label the controversial energy source as carbon-intensive is unlikely to be passed or rejected outright
The row over the EU's plan to label tar sands oil as highly polluting escalates, as Canada says it 'will not hesitate to defend its interests'
American Wind Energy Association urges Congress to extend tax credit after measure is excluded from payroll tax bill
Republican leaders insist they are looking at all options as they battle to reverse rejection of tar sands pipeline
Court rules limits on sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxide output need further review, as Keystone pipeline stand-off continues