Global greenhouse gas emissions could exceed 2020 benchmark levels needed to avoid the worst effects of climate change by over a third, according to report from WWF.
The shipping industry yet again failed to agree measures to reduce carbon emissions at a meeting last week.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance has signed a deal with the Dutch city of Amsterdam to get electric vehicles onto the road.
China is taking draconian actions – including rolling power cuts and assessing new projects for energy wastage – to try to meet its energy efficiency targets.
The World Bank is providing $2.5 million to support private sector energy efficiency efforts in Jamaica.
According to a report from the World Bank, global biofuel targets are driving an increase in ‘land grabs’, where farmland in developing nations purchased on a massive scale by developed and emerging economies.
Two US universities will lead research consortia focusing on clean energy technologies with funding from the US Department of Energy and China.
China now leads the US as the most attraction location for investing in renewable energy, according the latest poll by financial consultants Ernst & Young.
Last week, the Government of Canada finalised regulations stipulating an average renewable fuel content of 5% in gasoline.
UK scientists have laid out a 20-year ‘master plan’ for the global renaissance of nuclear power that could see the life of existing facilities extended and a new generation of mobile reactors.