According to research, new heat records could be set in two-thirds of the world’s least developed countries each year by 2100.
Modern-day satellite data and declassified film taken by US spies during the Cold War show that, from 1975 to 2000, ice loss averaged 4 billion tonnes per year, compared to 8 billion tonn...
As of 31 May, the country had gone more than 13 days without using the fossil fuel.
Despite growing availability and lower costs of renewable energy sources, the demand for fossil fuels is still as intense as ever.
Around 7 miles underwater, microbes have been found that feed on the hydrocarbons in crude oil.
The US is set to overtake Russia and will rival Saudi Arabia to become the world’s second biggest oil producer by 2024.
Dismantling and decontamination from the Fukushima nuclear disaster will take several decades. For many in Japan, the disaster is seen as having launched a renaissance.
British scientists have discovered that young forests are more effective at absorbing carbon.
“Clean” gas, or hydrogen sourced from natural gas, represents an alternative that has been receiving increased attention.
Oil and gas companies are investing heavily in EV charging companies.
A team of German scientists are urging the world to invest in artificial photosynthesis, which would mimic the way plants soak up carbon and could help in the fight against climate change.
Often decried as an expensive and unproven fig-leaf for the fossil fuel industry, the reality - that we cannot combat climate change without Carbon capture and storage - is, for many, an ...
Three economies contributed more than half of the world’s CO2 emissions in 2016 – but half a century ago the picture looked very different.
The US state of innovation and technology has voted to clean its air in a huge leap forward towards a greener future.
The project aims to clean up the city's air, cut carbon emissions, and improve public transport for struggling commuters.