Installing solar panels in the Sahara desert in North Africa could provide renewable energy to millions of Europeans at low cost to the environment.
By continuing to finance fossil fuels, banks are hastening a financial as well as ecological catastrophe. It's like the sub-prime mortgage crisis - only this time, there can be no bail-out
A new report assesses where we are on achieving net-zero emissions, and while there are some positives, it makes for stark reading.
As Japan looks to restart another reactor, global nuclear generation is growing.
State-owned Saudi Aramco, the world's largest exporter of crude oil, is about to stage the world's biggest-ever IPO.
Young and tech-savvy, this wealthy city in the desert is growing at an exponential rate.
New images of the famous mountain range illustrate the impact climate change is having on its glaciers.
It is known for being the most efficient method of storing carbon dioxide, but algae is also used to make tennis shoes, metal alternatives and meat-free burgers. This is how it could help...
Big oil companies such as BP and Shell have met young climate activists at the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York. The meeting was aimed at laying the groundwork for a long-...
Solar Sister is empowering women in parts of rural Africa, not only to generate their own renewable energy, but also to sell it to others. And it’s creating a brighter future for business...
Ukraine faces being squeezed out of its role in the regional gas market, and Turkey faces geopolitical hurdles as it pushes for a greater energy role – a partnership could assist them both
Iran's seizure of a British-flagged ship in the gateway to the Persian Gulf highlights its critical importance to the worldwide flow of oil.
Around a fifth of the world’s oil passes through the Strait of Hormuz, making it the most important oil artery in the world - and the centre of political tensions.
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...
According to research, new heat records could be set in two-thirds of the world’s least developed countries each year by 2100.