Super-polluting Hebei province is sounding the alarm for subsidies in northern China. Last year, the province was home to seven of the country’s 10
Though the use of solar panels is on the rise, it still only represents 1.5 percent of total energy consumption in Europe.
There are many reasons
As evidence grows suggesting that global warming is accelerating, more climate change talks take place in Warsaw. Negotiators are still poles
The go-ahead has been given for the UK’s first new nuclear station in a generation.
French firm EDF and the British government has signed an
Clusters are powerful engines of economic development and drivers of innovation in the European Union. There are more than 1,500 cluster
A UK energy firm has been left red-faced after encouraging Twitter users to give their views on gas price increases.
British Gas announced it will
The world’s energy landscape is changing, but what will be next? This was one of the main topics during the KAZENERGY Eurasian Forum, an
Surrounded as we are by boats, water and the wind – it’s quite easy to think of ‘green’ as a sort of free-living lifestyle. But this is a serious
Austria is extending its network of hydroelectric power plants. But in the middle of one protected natural area, water energy could soon be produced
Renewable energy is not only essential for the well-being of the environment, it is also a legal requirement. By 2020 European states must reach a
It’s a bright sunny day off the south-west coast of Ireland.
A team of local marine researchers have taken their boat out to check on their seaweed
Right under our feet there is a source of clean and efficient energy. La Fabrica del Sol in Barcelona is living proof. An old Catalan building dating
Everyone has heard of business clusters, where interconnected companies join forces in order to boost performance.
The Austrian town of Graz is an
You can’t just stroll into La Ciotat’s naval shipyard. One of France’s top naval building sites up until the 1980s, it is now home to leisure boats
When it comes to my story from Sarenne, there is a before and an after. Little did I know just how much my one visit there would change the way I see
More than three million people across the EU now work in eco-industries, producing nature-friendly goods and services.
It is an increasingly
Like water from a faulty tap, power leaks from all electronic devices – whether in use or not. The fact is a portion of our energy bill goes down the
The world’s biggest wind-turbine maker – Denmark’s Vestas – may be about to find help from Japan.
Its share price rocketed up on Tuesday in
Meet the author of a work about staving off our own extinction: Jeremy Rifkin, who advises the European Commission. He is an American economist
The Boutique Hotel Stadthalle in the Austrian capital, Vienna has invested in sustainable resources and saving energy. It has taken advantage of an
In this edition of U-talk Fabián, in Spain, asks: “In a world whose economic model is based on oil consumption, do you as a European ecologist think
Scientists are putting the finishing touches to a new way of harvesting electricity from light.
Paul Rebhan, the Global Business Development
In Europe at least 20 percent of our food ends up as waste.
While new zero-food waste policies are on their way, researchers are imagining ways
“How is Singapore planning for sustainability? We discuss the issue of energy in the cities of tomorrow with Ms Fun Siew Leng, Group Director for