Czech Republic latest country to consider climate change legislation
The Czech Republic could soon join the ranks of countries around the world implementing climate change legislation as the government confirmed plans to draft such as act.
Canary Island whale species facing growing oil threat
The coastal waters of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands, are home to nearly a third of the world’s whale, dolphin and porpoise species. But the region is facing a growing threat of oil exploration.
Sign the petition: Protect Canary Islands from oil drilling
Tell the President of the Spanish government to stop oil and gas drilling and support the creation of a whale and dolphin sanctuary in the Canary Islands.
Join the People’s climate mobilisation
On 21 September people all over the world will take to the streets to demand real action to tackle climate change in a global climate mobilisation.
Joss Garman: It’s time for the EU to end the era of dirty coal power
Joss Garman from the IPPR thinktank says European governments should make unabated coal use illegal and end the era of dirty coal.
Sign the petition: Divest the Vatican
Add your name to the petition urging Pope Frances to divest the Vatican bank from all fossil fuel investments.
Swedish political leaders cast doubt on Vatenfall’s German coal dreams
Swedish coal company Vattenfall has had its hopes of expanding its operations dashed as leaders from all eight of the country’s major political parties have said they would ban the state-owned company’s planned new projects in Germany.
Ask Pope Francis: Divest the Vatican
Sign the petition urging Pope Francis to divest the Vatican from all fossil fuel investments and publicly support the movement to divest from fossil fuels.
Global spotlight on Europe as villages fight dirty coal
The international fight against dirty energy will reach a crescendo this weekend, as thousands of people join together in an unprecedented stand against coal expansion.
Record renewables powering communities across Europe
The clean energy revolution is here, it’s here to stay and it’s growing in momentum. Across Europe, this week, renewable energy capacity smashed records, as generation of clean energy outstripped that of dirty fossil fuels.
Anti-fracking protests sweep UK in day of action
From occupations of government departments and energy firms’ buildings to blockades at drill sites in Yorkshire and Blackpool, UK anti-fracking protesters aimed to shut down the country’s shale operations in a day of peaceful protest against ...
Join the anti-coal human chain protest
On August 23rd join the cross-border human chain protest connecting two communities at risk of being razed to the ground: Kerkwitz in Germany and Grabice in Poland.
Join the People’s Climate March
To change everything, it takes everyone. In September, heads of state are going to New York City for a historic summit on climate change.
UK wind energy surge sees renewables out strip coal
While the UK is cleaning up after being lashed by the remnants of Hurricane Bertha, which brought summer flooding and travel disruption, the storms brought a boost to the country’s wind industry, with output hitting near record highs.
Tell world leaders: Go to the Climate Summit and show leadership
People across the world are coming together in solidarity to demand action from our leaders when they go to the Climate Summit in New York on 23rd September
Reclaim the Power: Join the anti-fracking action camp
This week, UK action group No Dash for Gas will be holding a Reclaim the Power camp aimed at rejecting dirty fuels and redesigning our energy future.