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

Government won’t make climate-related financial disclosures mandatory

Ministers have refused to listen to the recommendation made by the Environmental Audit Committee

EU environment ministers push for net-zero emissions by 2050

Lawmakers have voted for a hardening of the EU’s stance on environmental issues

‘No-deal’ Brexit will damage EU and UK energy sectors

Eurelectric has urged Theresa May and Michel Bernard Barnier to reach a sensible deal

UK ‘must pursue renewables, efficiency and clean heat’

That’s the verdict from Richard Goodfellow, Energy Partner at Addleshaw Goddard