Antarctic peaks reveal sea rise threat

A pioneering fieldwork study of mountain heights and boulders in West Antarctica supports computer predictions that global sea levels could rise steeply by 2080.

Read more »

UK citizens ‘show the love’ for a clean energy future

From schools, to churches, the Women’s Institute to sports teams and surfers, UK citizens will come together this Valentine’s Day to show their love of climate action.

Read more »

Pause on US Clean Power Plan doesn’t change the realities of its benefits

A Supreme Court decision to pause or “stay” the immediate implementation of the Clean Power Plan may serve as a speed bump for the first ever federal limits on carbon pollution from coal power plants, but it won’t change the health and econom...

Read more »

European wind makes strides, but falls down global leaderboard

Wind energy is booming across Europe, but the continent risks being outshone by China as some EU countries fail to offer long term certainty to investors.

Read more »

Japan green lights new, soon to be stranded, coal assets

Japan has missed the memo about the dire economic and climate risks of fossil fuels, with its Ministry of the Environment taking a u-turn and preparing to ease its opposition to new coal power plants.

Read more »

UK fracking fight heats up as Lancashire appeal begins

The debate around the UK’s fledgling fracking industry is once again raging today as planning inspectors begin to hear Cuadrilla’s appeal against the rejection of its plans for exploratory drilling in West Lancashire.

Read more »

Oceans are heating up at the double

Records from a sailing ship’s round-the-world research voyage almost 150 years ago provide further evidence that the Earth is continuing to warm unchecked.

Read more »

Morocco: First phase of world’s largest solar farm now in operation

Morocco's king has switched on the first phase of what is set to become the world's largest concentrated solar power (CSP) plant, providing electricity for 1.1 million people.

Read more »

Brexit would return Britain to being the “dirty man of Europe”

A group of leading environmentalists have warned that the UK could become "the dirty man of Europe" again, with a return to poor air and water quality, filthy beaches and weak conservation laws, if it was to leave the European Union.

Read more »

Fossil fuels in trouble amidst price glut

Amidst plummeting prices for oil and coal, companies betting on risky, out-dated fossil fuels are finding themselves losing the battle for survival against the clean energy future.

Read more »


Go Social

TckTckTck News App