25 August, 2016 – India and China have good reason to cut their greenhouse emissions, scientists say: soot they are producing is damaging their own water resources.
3 July, 2016 – As border fences proliferate across Europe and elsewhere, humans face mounting risks – and so does wildlife fleeing the impacts of climate change.
19 February, 2016 – Hopes of a nuclear revival in Europe are fading as the continent’s biggest new reactor project is put back three years.
14 February, 2016 – Owning fossil fuel deposits was once like having money in the bank – but not any longer, investors are being warned.
2 February, 2016 – An unsung success story in the switch to renewable energy is the use of waste to produce gas – and a valuable by-product.
19 January, 2016 – To tackle chronic energy shortages Pakistan plans to mine and burn millions of tonnes of coal, helped by China’s money and expertise.
2 January, 2016 – A slowing economy and falling energy demand, plus concerns over air pollution, spur Beijing to halt new coal mines and close hundreds of existing operations.
16 December, 2015 – Chinese money props up electricity infrastructure investment across the world, even in prosperous western Europe.
22 August, 2015 – The speed at which climate change is melting Central Asia’s glaciers may ruin the water supply of millions of people within 50 years.
10 August, 2015 – China is by far the world’s biggest producer of solar panels, but the industry could become a victim of its own success.
30 June, 2015 – Climate change rather than natural causes is the main cause of Alaska’s glacier loss, which is set to speed up.