28 May, 2018 – Everybody profits from a world that cuts global warming to only another half a degree. The challenge is to persuade nations to act
2 May, 2018 – The UK government has under-estimated the country’s North Sea clean-up costs, which may double the expected price of decommissioning oil and gas.
20 April, 2018 – Fears that the supply of cocoa beans would dry up have led a confectionery giant to help farmers avert a climate chocolate threat.
13 April, 2018 – With the highest efficiency standards, countries can cut household carbon emissions at no cost to consumers – and achieve the UN’s climate goals.
12 March, 2018 – Canadians hoping Alberta’s oil exports from its tar and oil sands will expand may be disappointed. One supertanker port has turned the economics upside down.
5 March, 2018 – Investments are falling and jobs vanishing in the US solar industry, with new tariffs on imports blamed for its problems.
27 February, 2018 – Some politicians still claim atomic energy is the answer to climate change while leaving the problem of nuclear waste to our descendants.
26 February, 2018 – British scientists have just issued a detailed hazard forecast for Europe’s cities, for increasing floods, droughts and heatwaves.
8 February, 2018 – Big business says it’s leading the world to a sustainable future. But its critics say that’s a highly implausible claim.
7 February, 2018 – On 23 January we reported on the water crisis facing the South African city of Cape Town, expected on 11 May to reach Day Zero, when water to homes and businesses will be cut off. A long-time resident reports.
17 January, 2018 – Until the world makes polluters pay for the damage they cause, market failure like climate change will increase the environmental risks we all face.