10 November, 2015 – New and cheaper ways are rapidly being floated for countries with deep seas off their coasts to exploit the free energy from wind and tidal power.
5 November, 2015 − The quest is on to develop new technology that can tap the intense heat deep below the Earth’s surface and supply the whole world with electricity.
2 November, 2015 − Former key figure in UN climate change policy-making says economists now see that development without destroying the environment is the only way forward.
20 October, 2015 – Concerns about environmental damage caused by costly chemicals and worries about climate change are altering farming methods in the mountains of Nepal.
9 October, 2015 – As delays and spiralling costs hit plans for big nuclear power stations, building thousands of small reactors could be part of a strategy to fight climate change.
8 October, 2015 – From algae to alloys, ingenuity in the world’s laboratories is fuelling experiments to find new ways of providing viable sources of clean energy.
7 October, 2015 – As electricity from renewable sources tops 25% in the UK, the government is challenged to create a level playing field by scrapping nuclear and fossil-fuel subsidies.
2 October, 2015 − The world’s most influential banker says an orderly switch from fossil fuels to renewables is needed to avoid turmoil on world stock markets.
30 September, 2015 − Researchers have developed a battery that uses a common food additive to enable abundant solar and wind power to be stored cheaply and safely in homes and offices.
29 September, 2015 − By adapting a tropical grass to grow in the British climate, scientists hope to be able to replace coal in power stations with biofuel.
27 September, 2015 − Brazilian expert says developing countries must also play their part in cutting emissions if the world is to avoid dangerous climate change.