Glasgow Climate Pack stirs reactions across the world

A compromise, a death-knell for coal power or a big failure to phase out fossil fuels – what leaders and industry think about the COP26 agreement?

COP26 Live: New draft agreement unveiled with ‘weakened’ reference to fossil fuels

Campaigners said key lines in the new draft on fossil fuel subsidies need to be strengthened

COP26 Live: Industry reacts to Glasgow draft agreement

Campaigners claim that the first Glasgow Agreement draft is “exceptionally weak”

COP26 Live: Port authority allows Greenpeace ship to dock outside conference centre

Initially, the river port authority refused to give permission to the ship to berth at the venue where the COP26 is taking place

Bulgaria will not exit coal until 2040

The country’s green campaigners have stressed this is nowhere near close enough, as the industry is already €1bn behind EU emission standards

Greenpeace loses oil case against government

The environmental group challenged the government’s decision to grant an oil field permit to BP in 2018

Government urged not to subsidise ‘the world’s biggest tree burner’

Environmental groups have asked the Prime Ministe to reconsider support for Drax’s plans for industrial scale biomass

Give free heat pumps to poorer households, consortium says

The group, which includes major energy companies and trade associations, proposes a ‘Fair Heat Deal’ to make clean heating affordable to all

Several EURO 2020 fans reported injured after Greenpeace activist stunt went wrong

An activist who was piloting a paraglider was forced to land on a stadium’s pitch, reportedly injuring spectators of the European Championship game between Germany and France

UK ‘dumped 210k tonnes of plastic waste in Turkey last year’

More than half of the UK’s acclaimed ‘recycled’ plastic waste is allegedly sent overseas