Half of Turkey’s energy needs could be met by renewables by 2030
Renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, could meet half of Turkey’s energy demand by 2030, according to new research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Another blow for King Coal as Germany looks to close eight dirty plants
Germany could see eight coal-fired power stations shut down in the coming years, as it works on new legislation to help the country meet its ambitious 2020 climate target.
Blackpool and Fylde College: Divest from fossil fuels
Sign the petition urging Blackpool and Fylde College to cancel plans to train Cuadrilla employees ahead of proposed fracking activity in Lancashire.
Sign the pledge: Say Yes to Life, No to Mining
The Yes to Life, No to Mining movement is the expression of hundreds of individuals, organisations and communities who are standing up for Earth justice.
Fracking: no ‘silver bullet’ for European energy security or emissions reduction
Fracking will not provide the European Union with a ‘silver bullet’ for addressing energy security or cutting emissions, European science academies (EASAC) have said.
Glowing solar-powered bike path: a stunning example of green technology
Blending technological, artistry and innovation to great effect; a new solar-powered bike path in the Netherlands is creating a lot of buzz.
VIDEO: Greenpeace activist injured during oil drilling protest
In an action protesting oil drilling in the Canary Islands, one Greenpeace activist was left seriously injured, yesterday, as protesters clashed with the Spanish Navy.
Genon Jensen & Peter van den Hazel: The new deal for our health and our children’s health
Although the news is currently dominated by Ebola, many health advocacy organizations believe that the real, enduring health crisis is the menace of climate change
Stop illegal Amazon timber entering Europe
Greenpeace has recently discovered a ship carrying illegal timber is on its way to Europe and will arrive within days. The demand for rare Brazilian hardwood is fueling destruction of the Amazon. The European governments can stop illegal Amaz...
Anna Leidreiter and Kaisa Kosonen: The answer to alarming climate science: 100% renewable energy
In the wake of the IPCC report, Greenpeace asks what other countries can learn from Denmark's 100% renewable energy target.
IPCC host Denmark eyes a coal free country by 2025
As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change meets in Copenhagen to approve its latest climate science report, host country Denmark has taken another step in its ambitious plan to phase out coal.
Sea ice melt is doubling the chances of severe winters in Europe, Central Asia
The risk of harsh winters in Eurasia will double over the next few decades due to global warming, new research shows.
Daily TCK: Day 5 at the climate talks in Bonn
Negotiators in Bonn tackle the idea of pre-2020 ambition, while outside of the negotiating halls, the EU becomes the first country to put their 2015 climate pledge on the table.
NGOs: EU must arrive in Paris with ‘more serious offer’ after 2030 package disappointment
After months of wrangling, European government leaders succeeded in the early hours of Friday morning to agree an EU climate and energy package up to 2030.
Carbon Locker UG
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African solar project could power 2.5 million UK homes
Two and a half million UK homes could be powered by the Tunisian sun by 2018, under a new ambitious plan to import solar energy from North Africa.
Sign the petition: Stop Cameron’s new fracking law
Prime Minister David Cameron is trying to change the fracking law so companies can drill under UK homes without permission.