Six of nine key planetary ‘health boundaries’ have been crossed, said researchers in a new report.
The climate crisis is here and the world’s ecosystem has already started to collapse. This summer has been marred by all-time record temperature highs, destructive flash flooding and record storms. Is it too late to stop a disaster?
We have two years to fix the climate and reach the Paris accord emission targets, according to a UN global stocktake report, and we are not going to make it.
Carbon offset markets have decreased for the first time since 2016, with companies such as food giant Nestle, the fashion house Gucci and Shell reducing their purchases of such voluntary offsets.
Oil supermajor ExxonMobil says that the world will fail to meet the Paris Agreement goal to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius by 2050.
In recent weeks, the United States has witnessed a surge in carbon capture investment, with major players in the energy sector making significant moves. However, as a technology it remains ineffective.
Swedish giant utility Vattenfall recently halted a wind farm project, the Norfolk Boreas offshore site off the UK, citing costs that had become inflated by 40%.
A new analysis by RMI in partnership with the Bezos Earth Fund, reveals that surging solar, wind and battery capacity out to 2030 is now in line with ambitious net-zero scenarios.
France, the largest wheat exporter in the European Union, is facing the threat of a reduced agricultural output this year due to low rainfall and the risk of drought. The impact of a poor French harvest will ripple out across the world.
The World Meteorological Organisation announced on July 4 that there is a 90% probability of an El Niño event in the second half of this year. That could have a major negative impact on some Emerging Markets.
Record deployment of clean energy technologies such as solar PV and batteries is propelling unprecedented growth in critical minerals markets, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency.
Quality problems at wind turbine maker Siemens Gamesa – one of the world’s largest – have rocked confidence in the wind sector. This followed a surprise statement by Siemens Energy on widespread issues with wind turbines at its subsidiary.