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Business Planet travels to Gothenburg to see how one firm’s cutting edge technology is powering Europe’s growing hydrogen economy.
In spite of its massive potential, building the infrastructure for a hydrogen-based economy remains a major challenge and will take time.
Why are carbon emissions still rising? Why are climate negotiations failing to act? Blame the fossil fuel companies joining in discussions at Davos.
The bank’s new energy lending policy was approved with “overwhelming” support.
Japanese car designer set to achieve greener goal 3 years early.
"To put things very frankly and to try and be objective, on this particular point, we are not really in a position where we are able to find an agreement," Barnier told MEPs.
A new report found that EU member states are introducing new fossil fuel subsidies and not providing plans to phase them out.
Greta Thunberg has inspired many, but is ridiculed by some who question if her sailing trip to America is as environmentally-friendly as it seems.
We dive into which European states are doing their part for the planet.
We look into research and development ongoing inside car companies
The first climate neutral FIS Alpine World Ski Championships is taking the lead on environmentally friendly sports events.
Germany has agreed to shut down all coal-fired electricity plants by 2038.
Norway broke the world record for electric vehicle sales in 2018 while sales of cars using traditional fuels plunged
Since the mid-19th century, coal mining has been an essential part of German industry. But, on Friday, the country's last active black coal mine, Prosper-Haniel, will cease operations.
Despite its Green credentials Germany is a heavy user of coal, especially lignite, which comes from Europe's biggest opencast strip-mine. Now it wants to expand, but first it has to expel protesters from what remains of Hambach forest, which is due to disappear.
Germany, a heavy user of dirty coal, has a high profile as an environmental leader, but that paradox has to change and the arguments for phasing out this fossil fuel are, says one expert, incontrovertible.
Central Europe's last primordial forest in Germany is about to be obliterated to dig up dirty and inefficient lignite coal, despite Berlin's trumpeted green credentials. Insiders talks to all sides of the story, but RWE refuses to comment.
Scientists estimate that emissions from just 90 companies contributed for nearly 50% of the rise in global mean surface temperature since the end of the Industrial Revolution.
Leading European banks have pledged to reduce financing of “extreme” fossil fuels, but who is sticking to their commitments?
Sweden gets more than half of its energy from renewables but how is the rest of Europe doing when it comes to generating clean power?
Almost 9% of Europeans can’t afford to heat their homes
Convinced of its oil potential, Madagascar wants to draw foreign investors to the island.
A day before environment ministers from around the world gather in the German city of Bonn for United Nations talks on how to implement the Paris
Environmental campaigners from around the world gathered in the German city ahead of next week's UN conference to ratify the Paris climate deal
Rick Perry was explaining how fossil fuel power could help African villages
EU countries paid out €21 billion in subsidies for diesel - despite exhaust fumes from the fuel being considered a major cancer risk.