MEPs support €29bn schemes, ‘locking Europe into burning fossil fuels for generations’
Lawsuits are pending from groups who have challenged the constitutionality of shrinking Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante.
Exclusive: Almost £2bn went to oil and gas despite a UK pledge to support cleaner energy in African countries
The European Investment Bank risks wasting €29bn (£25bn) of EU taxpayers’ money by overinvesting in gas projects which will be…
Fears grow companies may use it to get around temporary fracking moratorium
If banks destroy our homeland, they’ll have the Gwich’in Nation, and the millions of Americans who stand with us, to answer to.
One of the world’s biggest developers of offshore wind farms thinks its massive turbines could be key to the production of…
They offer instant-on power that's compact, mobile, quiet, economical, durable, and matchlessly efficient
Creativity, solidarity and determination have stopped the government-backed ‘dash for gas’ in its tracks
Study claims police tactics have left women feeling ‘violated and frightened’
Victory for green groups follows damning scientific study and criticism from spending watchdog.
Decision would mark U-turn for PM, who once said fracking was ‘glorious news for humanity’
Remarks by Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič following trilateral talks on gas transit with Russia and Ukraine
We have just concluded the fourth round of trilateral talks at political level on the long-term transit of Russian gas via…
Controversial energy scheme had been halted by European court The UK’s largest fossil fuel generators may be back in line for…