Scott Morrison’s refusal to act on climate is bolstered by a group of fringe climate science deniers pushing conspiracy theories and misinformation.
Climate denier Marc Morano got himself kicked out of UN climate talks in Marrakech. But something about the incident was not right.
The US mid-term elections will be crucial for climate policy at a national level, and for solar and wind in some key states.
Most companies expect to pay a much higher carbon price than current prices. And they are already including it in their investment models.
Is political will the only thing stopping politicians establishing a comprehensive climate treaty?
As Scottish voters decide whether their country should remain part of the UK, what difference will the vote make to the energy future of these isles?
New White House report explains why Obama appears to be acting on climate change with a sense of urgency: ‘delay is costly’.
We asked oil, gas and coal companies for their take on carbon bubble research. None considered it a threat to their business this century.
In March, the commission asked member states what targets they wanted to 2030. A look through the responses reveals the emergence of three key battles.
Germany’s energy sector transformation won’t come cheap, but the government says it’s a price worth paying – and so far, the public seems to agree.