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Renewables agency charts path to zero-carbon energy system by 2050

According to a report just published governments could chart a path to a fully decarbonised energy system by the middle of the century and...

United States passes 100GW wind power milestone

The United States now has more than 100 gigawatts (GW) of wind installed after it connected some 9.1GW of new projects to the grid...

Warmest oceans on record could set off a year of extreme...

The world’s seas are simmering, with record high temperatures spurring worry among forecasters that the global warming effect may generate a chaotic year of...

In impassioned plea Attenborough warns humans have overrun world

British naturalist Sir David Attenborough has warned that “human beings have overrun the world” and are sending it into decline, in a new documentary...

Only solar panel factory in Australia set to expand

Australia’s only solar photovoltaic panel manufacturer, Tindo Solar is expanding its Adelaide factory after a strong surge in demand as consumers turn to locally...

EU sees ‘Green Deal’ delays but keeps climate target plan, leaked...

According to a draft document seen by Reuters Newsagency the European Commission will delay some climate policies under its signature “Green Deal” proposal due...

Shell sets carbon emission ambition of net zero by 2050

Fossil fuel major Royal Dutch Shell has laid out the oil and gas sector’s most extensive strategy yet to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to...

European politicians, CEOs, activists urge green coronavirus recovery

European politicians, companies, politicians and activists have called for green investment to restart growth after the coronavirus pandemic, saying fighting climate change and promoting...

Renewables supplied more than 50% of national grid on Easter Saturday

Australia's main electricity grid was powered by 50 per cent green energy on Saturday, the second time ever this has happened. At 11:20am on Easter...

Study warns failure to meet Paris Agreement goals ‘could cost world...

New analysis has shown the failure of the world to fulfil the promises made in the United Nations sponsored Paris Agreement on climate change...

?rsted optimistic about opportunities in Asia’s offshore wind market

The head of Orsted, the world’s largest offshore wind farm developer’s Asia-Pacific unit, has said the company is concerned the coronavirus may delay auctions...

Los Angeles air ‘cleanest in world’ since COVID-19 lockdown

When we think of the United States city of Los Angeles' skyline, the vision is one obscured by smog, with thick air pollution hanging...

Australia has an opportunity now to invest in the climate future

University of New South Wales Professor Jeremy Moss has taken a close look at the conservative federal Liberal-National government’s fossil fuel subsidies in the...

‘Europe’s largest’ solar plant goes online as the industry faces coronavirus...

A 500 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic plant, described by Spanish utility Iberdrola as “Europe’s largest,” has sent its first megawatt hour of energy to...

France’s Total invests US$500m in India renewables with Adani

French energy giant Total has invested more than US$487 million to form a renewable power joint venture with India's Adani Group. The deal, just finalised,...

Australia’s largest offshore wind farm reveals onshore cable routes

Australia’s first and largest offshore wind farm, Star of the South, off the Victoria coast, has released three proposed easements for underground cables through...

Ten EU countries urge bloc to pursue ‘green’ coronavirus recovery

Sweden, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and six other countries urged the European Union to adopt a “green” recovery plan, as fears grow that the...

Mutant enzyme, created by scientists, recycles plastic bottles in hours

According to "breakthrough" new research, funded by a clutch of consumer goods firms, French scientists have discovered a plastic-eating enzyme they claim could offer...