Fracking shale gas ‘causing atmospheric methane levels to spike’

Researchers at Cornell University believe rising levels of the potent greenhouse gas are linked to emissions from the shale oil and natural gas industry

The UK ‘cannot reach net zero without using hydrogen tech’

The North West Hydrogen Alliance has penned a letter to Andrea Leadsom outlining how it believes the clean gas has a vital part to play in decarbonising the country’s energy systems

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take private jet for trip to Ibiza

The emissions-intensive journey reportedly followed Prince Harry giving a speech about climate change in Sicily

Have you got beef with a greener planet?

We headed out into the streets of London to ask the public what they thought of banning beef and whether they would consider adapting their diet to tackle climate change

Emissions from China’s urban passenger transport ‘could peak as soon as 2020’

New research from the Beijing Institute of Technology suggests this could only happen so soon if the mode share of public transport could be further increased

Goldsmiths says there’s an art to going green

The university has declared an official climate emergency and committed to become a carbon neutral organisation by 2025

Ørsted pledges to halve supply chain emissions by 2032

It includes the goods and services used for the construction of wind farms, which make up the largest emission source in its supply chain

Eat less meat to help tackle climate change, says UN

Meat and dairy production and consumption are driving an increase in greenhouse gas emissions, land degradation and deforestation

Japanese firms team up to build zero-emission tanker by 2021

The businesses say the vessel will be powered by large-capacity batteries and will operate in Tokyo Bay

Ofgem proposes ‘tough but fair’ approach to next DNO price control

The regulator emphasises the need for the price control to support decarbonisation