BBC accused of "media hype" over Iceland volcano Katla eruption
The BBC has been accused of exaggerating the global knock-on effect from the increasing risk of a volcanic eruption of Iceland's Katla.
European Bank attacked over its funding policy for climate change
The European Investment Bank has been criticised for its role in carbon trading as a new report claims it distracts attention from real EU climate action.
Is Thorium the energy solution the world has been waiting for?
Thorium is a naturally-occurring, radioactive, and amazingly abundant metal that was discovered in 1828 by Swedish chemist, Jons Jakob Berzelius. The mineral, named after the Norse god of thunder, has languished in relat
Energy Secretary delivers robust defence of UK climate change policy
Energy Secretary Chris Huhne has defended the UK Government's policy on climate change in a stinging letter to “misinformed” critics.
Solar PV Feed-in Tariff changes will kill businesses' green commitment
Government changes to solar PV Feed in Tariffs aimed at tackling the overspend in the household sector are unfairly penalising commercial and industrial businesses trying to help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets,
Deforestation is a threat to the planet's climate and economies, UN chief warns
Deforestation not only threatens the planet’s climate and national economic development, but also communities whose income, culture and way of life depend on healthy forests, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed toda
UK's leading solar firm supports ClickGreen's campaign on Feed-in Tariffs
The UK’s leading provider of onsite green renewable energy systems has backed ClickGreen’s 'Save Our Solar' campaign.
Dear Mr Huhne, More than 4,000 people say your Feed-in Tariff plans are wrong
In just 48 hours, 4,124 industry and consumers have come together to fiercely oppose your department's plans to introduce a December 8 cut-off point for the higher Feed-in Tariff rate for solar PV.
Catholic archbishop says climate change action is a waste of time and money
The Catholic Archbishop of Sydney George Pell has questioned the morality and cost benefits of tackling climate change in a controversial speech in London.
America going green: US to provide 71% of world's biofuels by 2021?
A recent study, released on 11 October, "Biofuel Markets and Technologies" released by Pike Research states that the global biofuel market will double within the next decade to $183.3 billion from its current level of
Energy minister in outspoken attack on "green economy deniers"
In an outspoken attack on “green economy deniers”, UK Energy Minister Chris Huhne has put the spotlight on the economic benefits to Britain of investing in green energy.
Renewable energy industry gives lukewarm reaction to subsidy shake-up
Renewable energy industry leaders have given the government's shake-up of subsidy support a lukewarm reception, with many saying they feared deeper cuts.
Prince William calls for protection of the UK's outdoor spaces
The Duke of Cambridge has urged people to help safeguard their local public and recreational spaces for future generations.
Feeding 9 billion people is possible with sustainable farming
An international team of scientists has proposed a five-point plan for feeding the world while protecting the planet.
WWF calls on G20 finance leaders to fund climate action
Campaign group WWF has called on the Ministers of Finance from the G20 countries, meeting in Paris this week, to take seriously the critical role that innovative sources of finance can play in addressing the global crisi