Bold new actions to immediately tackle climate change have been announced by Government, business, finance and civil society leaders attending yesterday's historic Climate Summit convened by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
A new research study says the UK and other developed nations will have to make far bigger cuts in their carbon emissions than currently planned to meet their fair share for tackling climate change.
A major new report released by a commission of global leaders co-chaired by Lord Nicholas Stern finds that governments and businesses can now improve economic growth and reduce their carbon emissions together.
Against the backdrop of the largest ever public demonstration on climate change, WWF is calling on governments and business leaders at next week's high-profile UN Climate Summit in New York City to deliver clear commitments toward a future powered entirely by renewable energy.
MeyGen, the developers of the world’s biggest tidal array have signed a multi-million pound deal to sell electricity generated by the Scottish project.
The South Downs National Park Authority planning committee has today unanimously rejected an application to test drill for shale oil at Fernhurst, in West Sussex.
The UK Government has said that prosperity and carbon reduction can go hand in hand to grow the world economy in its new vision for a global climate deal published today.
Climate change analysts at global conultancy PwC have estimated that global economies need to cut their energy related carbon emissions for every $ of GDP by 6.2% every year from now to 2100 - more than five times the rate currently achieved.
Leading renewable energy trade bodies have come together to launch a set of key tests for the political parties ahead of the next general election.
Hydrosense Renewables Ltd has made its third application in two months to the Environment Agency for a full licence to abstract water for hydroelectric power generation at a number of locations in England.