HP aims to power global operations with 100% renewables by 2035

The company says its Sustainable Impact programme has helped drive more than $900m of new revenue – a 35% increase year-on-year

US defense operations ‘create more emissions than Sweden’

A new study suggests the Pentagon, which oversees the US military, was responsible for producing about 59 million metric tonnes of greenhouse gases in 2017

New Jersey plots path to 100% renewable energy by 2050

The US state has announced it aims to deploy 3.5GW of offshore wind and 2GW of storage capacity by 2030

Two tankers reportedly hit by ‘torpedo attacks’ in Gulf of Oman

News sources suggest two tankers operated by Frontline and Bernhard Schulte have been damaged off the coast of Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates

US invests $39m to improve existing coal power stations

Projects aim to improve the efficiency, reliability and flexibility of the nation’s coal-fired fleet

US renewable capacity surpasses coal power for first time

A new report shows there was more biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar and wind capacity installed on the US grid in April than plants set up to burn the fossil fuel

Michael R. Bloomberg commits $500m to shutting down US coal by 2030

The former New York City Mayor has launched the Beyond Carbon campaign, which he claims is the largest ever movement to tackle climate change in the nation

innogy breaks ground on 250MW onshore wind farm in US

The project has already attracted more than $300 million of private investment

Duke Energy to decommission US nuclear plant nearly 50 years early

The company plans to dismantle the Crystal River Nuclear Plant by 2027, rather than the original deadline of 2074

Donald Trump’s state visit ‘to emit 2,619 tonnes of carbon dioxide’

That is the same amount of greenhouse gases emitted by an average UK home over 970 years