State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
More about this topic
Watch: Do MEPs think the EU should ban imports of Russian gas and oil?
More about this topic
Poland to ban Russian oil imports, as Germans urged to save energy
Poland says it is putting in place Europe's most radical plan to cut dependence on Russian energy sources. Germany, meanwhile, is preparing for Russian gas to be cut suddenly.
Firefighters battle huge blaze at Lviv oil facility
A chemical smell still lingered in the air early Sunday as firefighters in Lviv sprayed water on a burned section of an oil facility hit in the Russian attack.
Profits made by fossil fuel firms could be temporarily taxed by the EU
The money the tax generates could be used to help consumers with rising bills and aid the transition to clean energy.
Long queues for petrol in Cuba
In Cuba, dozen of cars queue for hours to refuel with gasoline as the country's main supplier, Venezuela, has recently reduced its oil production.
Does Russia have a climate plan to reduce carbon emissions?
Russia has committed to reaching net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2060.
These foods could soon be in short supply due to the war in Ukraine
The food supply for much of the world relies on the fertile farmlands of the 'breadbasket of Europe'.
Biden announces Russian fossil fuel import ban, UK follows suit
Only 8% of the US oil and petroleum imports came from Russia in 2021, and the country doesn't import any natural gas from Moscow at all.
Which UK bank is cutting out oil and gas from its loan portfolio?
Total lending to the sector now makes up just 0.7% of its loan book.
‘Debt on top of debt’: How the EU is destroying Africa and the planet
Exclusive | At this rate, climate change is turning Africa from ‘intolerable’ to ‘uninhabitable’ writes Vanessa Nakate.
United Arab Emirates
Drone attack in Abu Dhabi claimed by Yemen's rebels kills 3
A drone attack claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels in Abu Dhabi killed three people.
Is the UK illegally subsidising fossil fuel companies?
Britain's treasury received around £248 million (€289 million) from oil and gas production in 2020/21.
Shell plans underwater explosions during peak whale mating season
South Africa’s ‘Wild Coast’ whales are being threatened by new oil and gas exploration.
Fighting gas prices, US to release 50 million barrels of oil
President Joe Biden on Tuesday ordered 50 million barrels of oil released from the US' strategic reserve to help bring down energy costs.
COP26: Five takeaways from day 4 as countries pledge to cut coal power
The theme of the day is energy as countries look at ways to get rid of the fossil fuels that supply their power.
Wokewashing - the fossil fuel industry’s new favourite tool
Jessica Kleczka explains how fossil fuel giants "shamelessly exploit their employees from marginalised backgrounds".
COP26 bans oil company sponsorship, documents reveal
An investigation has revealed documents excluding oil companies from sponsoring COP26 as they do not stack up to climate change promises.
Local activists in long battle to stop oil drilling on Isle of Wight
UK Oil and Gas Investments wanted to drill for oil on the Isle of Wight, their plans have just been refused.
Watch as 'evil' Shell CEO is confronted by protestors on stage
Activists from Stop Cambo say they had already raised concerns about the fossil fuel boss being allowed to speak on the panel.
Syrian oil spill threatens northern coast of Cyprus
The spill reportedly occurred after fuel leaked from a tank at the Baniyas Thermal Station.
Ship breaks into two off Japan causing oil leak
A Panamanian ship broke into two in Aomori Prefecture, spilling oil into the ocean. All 21 crew members from China and the Philippines were rescued by helicopter.
Which countries have banned fossil fuel exploration and extraction?
As the recent IPCC report points towards the end for fossil fuels, some countries are leading the way with laws on the production of oil and gas.
Mercer Street: UK and US blame Iran for ship attack as Tehran denies
London said the tanker attack that killed two people off the coast of Oman was "deliberate, targeted and a clear violation of international law by Iran.”
Greenland to halt oil exploration and 'take climate change seriously'
Greenland is estimated to have enormous reserves of oil and minerals which could hugely change the island's fortunes. However, the government says its future no longer lies with oil.
Iranian navy ship sinks after catching fire
Iranian officials offered no cause for the incident, which comes after a series of mysterious explosions targeting ships in the region since 2019.
MEPs vote to place carbon tax on select imports from outside EU
The European Parliament voted for the European Commission to come up with a legislative proposal to stop so-called 'carbon leakage'.
How can the EU Green Deal avoid 'frictions’ with other countries?
A new report has found that the deal is likely to have an adverse impact on the European Union’s trading partners.