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The experts behind the case say that felt like they had no option but to file the lawsuit.
Big Gas looked into indoor air pollution from stoves over 50 years ago
The American Gas Association was aware about health concerns in the early 1970s, rediscovered documents show.
Green hydrogen: Spain leads Europe’s push for net-zero energy security
But critics warn of risks of entering a ‘hydrogen bubble’.
Urgent investment in renewables needed, say EU energy ministers
Ministers from the EU27 began a two-day visit to Stockholm on Monday for a two-day event to discuss the future of energy and transport.
Could ‘catching’ wasted heat solve the energy crisis?
Engines often ‘run hot’, as anyone with an overactive laptop knows. But where does this heat go - and how can we harness it to heat our homes?
As an MEP, I've been lobbied by the fossil fuel trade. It needs to end
I’ve experienced the fossil fuel industry’s lobbying tactics first-hand, and I’ve seen how they prevent serious action from being taken on climate, MEP Marie Toussaint writes.
How has a year of war in Ukraine changed the energy used in the EU?
A huge growth in renewables, as well as gas from Norway and the US, is helping to make up for the dramatic drop in Russian energy.
Why did governments spend €900bn on fossil fuel subsidies in 2022?
The International Energy Agency has urged world leaders to spend money on clean energy solutions rather than fossil fuel subsidies.
Europe’s spend on energy crisis nears 800 billion euros
The spending earmarked by the countries on the energy crisis is now in the same league as the EU's 750-billion-euro COVID-19 recovery fund.
Australia blocks new coal mine 10km from Great Barrier Reef
For the first time ever, Australia's federal government has blocked a coal mine using environmental law.
How green is hydrogen fuel - and how much will it cost you?
As countries slowly commit to phasing out oil and natural gas, fossil fuel giants are starting to pivot to hydrogen gas. But how green is it - and how much will it cost you?
Exxon reports record profits while suing EU for 2.3% windfall tax
40 per cent of Exxon's record-breaking profits went to new oil and gas and 5 per cent to ‘low-carbon’ initiatives.
Energy crisis: BP scales back oil and gas demand forecasts
In its annual energy outlook, energy giant BP has lowered its predictions for how much oil and gas will be used between now and 2035.
Wind and solar generated a record 22% of EU electricity in 2022
‘Coal rebound fears are dead’, the new report shows, as the energy crisis continues to catalyse Europe's shift to clean energy.
The European countries using the most (and least) renewable energy
Eurostat's 2021 results show a small drop after the pandemic, but wind and solar power are now on a major growth spurt.
Greta Thunberg detained by police at German coal mine protest
The Swedish environmental activist was taking part in protests against the demolition of Luetzerath, a village being demolished to make way for the expansion of a coal mine.
Thousands gather to protest German coal mine expansion
The works would involve the demolition of an entire village.
ExxonMobil predicted climate change during the 1970s
The oil giant ExxonMobil predicted global warming with great precision during the 1970s, according to a new report based on internal documents published in the journal Science.
Coal phaseout: Bulgaria votes to backtrack on EU green commitments
Bulgaria's lawmakers have agreed to backtrack on plans for an early phase-out of coal-fired power plants amid demonstrations.
Activists defending German village from coal mine undettered by police
Activists say demolishing the village to extract the coal beneath would cause huge greenhouse gas emissions.