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California passes landmark mandate for zero emission trucks

California has approved a ground-breaking policy to wean its trucking sector off of diesel fuel by requiring manufacturers to sell a rising number of...

Liberal-National govt policies could cost up to 11,000 renewable energy jobs

According to a university analysis of current policies of the conservative Liberal-National government up to 11,000 renewable energy workers are expected to lose their...

Albanese urges Lib-Nat government to work with Labor on energy policy

Federal Opposition Labor leader Anthony Albanese’s offer to the conservative Liberal-National Party government to end the climate war between the two has copped an...

Germany takes EU reins to steer towards green COVID-19 recovery

Germany’s environment minister has said the country will use its upcoming presidency of the European Union to steer the bloc towards a climate-friendly economic...

NSW plan for renewable energy hub swamped with investment

Investor interest in plans to open up the Central West of New South Wales to more renewable energy has proven overwhelming, topping $38 billion,...

China may ease green rules for electric car production this year

China’s industry ministry has said it might temporarily ease quotas designed to boost production of electric cars, in an attempt to help carmakers in...

Arctic Circle heats up seeing ‘highest-ever’ recorded temperatures

Temperatures in the Arctic Circle are likely to have hit an all-time record, reaching a scorching 38 degrees Celsius in Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town. The...

New IEA report highlights Australia’s untapped energy efficiency potential

A NEW International Energy Agency (IEA) report highlights the massive potential of energy efficiency to create jobs, cut bills and address climate change, but...

BP takes a hit and investors widen their climate change campaign

A group of investors managing £1.8 trillion in assets are widening a campaign pressing oil majors to better reflect climate risks in their accounting,...

Vatican urges Catholics to drop investments in fossil fuels, weapons

The Vatican has urged the world's 1.3 billion Catholics to divest from the armaments and fossil fuel industries and to closely monitor companies in...

BP reveals global energy demand growth was slowing before COVID-19

Fossil fuel major BP has revealed that growth in energy demand was declining even before the coronavirus pandemic spread globally, keeping consumers under lockdown...

Top energy expert warns world has six months to avert climate...

One of the world’s foremost energy experts has warned the world has only six months in which to change the course of the climate...

IEA: Renewable generation rose during pandemic onset, coal declined

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released new data that shows coal-fired power generation has suffered the most in COVID-19’s effect on energy use,...

BP to write down oil, gas assets, expects faster ‘transition to...

Fossil fuel major BP will make the biggest write down on the value of its business in a decade ago, as the coronavirus pandemic...

EU set to slightly beat 2030 renewable energy goal, funding boost...

The European Union’s top energy official has revealed the bloc looks set to slightly beat its goal to get a third of its energy...

Falling clean energy costs provide chance to boost climate action in...

As COVID-19 hits the fossil fuel industry, a new report shows that renewable energy is more cost-effective than ever, providing an opportunity to prioritise...

Unilever to invest €1 billion in climate change fund over 10...

Global consumer products giant Unilever said today it would invest €1 billion in a fund to invest in climate change projects and reduce to...

In world-first electric plane certified by EU aviation regulator

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has granted an electric aircraft worldwide certification to operate, in what the regulator hailed as a massive step...