Extinction Rebellion
Extinction Rebellion activists glue themselves to DLR train

Others climbed onto the roof of the train as part of the third day of climate protests across the capital

Clean energy and transport projects win share of €4bn EU fund

Grants are being provided for electric buses and trams, wind farms and energy efficiency projects

The Atlantic Ocean
New oceanic current research makes a splash

Scientists have improved their understanding of an Atlantic Ocean flow they believe is linked to climate change

Oil infrastructure
Decarbonisation ‘could leave fossil-fuel economies stranded’

These are the findings of a new World Economic Forum study which shows the world’s sovereign wealth funds collectively own $8 trillion

Australia
Australia ‘must intensify efforts to meet 2030 emissions goal’

Coal, oil and gas still make up 93% of the overall energy mix

BP to link 36,000 workers’ bonuses to emissions reductions

The energy giant has also bowed to pressure from investors on greater climate disclosure

Pile of coal
Is coal as reliable as we think?

A number of coal plant outages across the country have left heatwave-stricken homes without power

EU bank taken to court over €60m biomass loan

Environmental lawyers at ClientEarth alleges the European Investment Bank failed to apply ‘crucial environmental scrutiny’ to its funding decisions

Aquila Capital to offset emissions of its residential developments until 2025

The firm expects two tonnes of carbon dioxide per household to be neutralised each year

Could seagrass be the ultimate carbon sink?

A team of scientists led by researchers at the Åbo Akademi University in Finland seem to think so