Renewable energy industry soaring as Chinese demand grows
Global renewable energy production experienced a sharp increase in 2014, while experts call for renewed government tax credits for wind production.
France and the Philippines call for “universal, equitable and ambitious climate deal” in Paris during official visit to Manila
President Hollande is spending 48 hours in Manila to discuss the impacts of climate change with Filipino president Benigno Aquino in this vulnerable region.
Tar sands dealt another blow as hopes for Europe ban revived
Its been a bad week for Canada’s tar sands industry, as Europe's landmark directive aimed at banning the dirty oil from Europe looks as if it could face a reprieve.
Tell BP: Pay for the Gulf of Mexico spill
Sign the SumOfUs petition asking BP to pay full compensation for the Deepwater Horizon spill that destroyed the Gulf of Mexico
Sign the petition: End the federal coal leasing program
Sign the CREDO action petition to tell the Obama administration: Put an end to the disastrous federal coal leasing program.
Liz Gallagher: From Peru to Paris
The road from Peru to Paris is littered with hazards and distractions, but round the bend there’s something worth the drive.
The pipeline stops here: Obama vetoes Keystone XL bill
Just hours after receiving legislation forcing the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, President Barack Obama made good on his promises to veto the bill.
Study: Tackling food waste will cut emissions and save billions
Reducing food waste could reduce carbon emissions and save up to $300 billion a year by 2030, according to a new report.
High-profile Harvard university alumni join call for fossil fuel divestment
In an open letter signed by more than 30 if Harvard University’s most high profile graduates, the university has been asked to halt investment in fossil-fuel companies from its $36 billion endowment.
EU climate plan adds momentum to global energy transition
The European Commission has pushed climate and energy further up the political agenda, revealing its blueprint for the global climate deal, which is due to be agreed in Paris in December.
Citigroup invests $100billion to combat climate change
Citigroup Inc has announced plans to ‘lend, invest and facilitate’ $100billion in projects combating climate change by 2025.
Millions at risk as sea level rise threatens Sundarbans
The Sundarbans is on the frontline of climate change as sea level rise threatens the way of life of its community. Its population is left with a stark choice: change their livelihoods or migrate to other areas.
Tell President Obama: Reject Keystone XL once and for all
Add your name to thank President Obama for vetoing Big Oil's Keystone XL bill, and urge him to reject Keystone XL once and for all.
Tell world leaders: Stop funding fossil fuel exploration subsidies
Send your message to Global leaders calling on them to immediately eliminate the most egregious of fossil fuel subsidies: exploration subsidies.
Berlin to exit coal by 2020
The German capital of Berlin plans to shut its four remaining coal-fired power plant by 2020, according to reports from national newspaper Die Welt.
World’s biggest PR firm ends relationship with US oil lobby
Edelman, the world’s largest public relations firm, is ending its business relationship with the American Petroleum Institute (API).
Study: Solar could be world’s cheapest energy source by 2025
Solar power could soon be the world’s cheapest energy source, according to new research by the the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems
Cash for climate denial scandal sparks calls for more transparency
Newly released documents detail the flow of more than $1 million in fossil fuel money to climate change-denying researcher Willie Soon.
As Sao Paulo drought worsens, government considers rationing
As Brazil’s most populous region continues to struggle through its worst drought in a century, Sao Paulo, the country’s largest and richest city, is rapidly running out of water.