A focus on Northern Ireland where 5 companies currently hold 10 mineral prospecting licences for different locations
New study of methane leaks in the oil and gas industry is the final piece of evidence that natural gas is not part of the climate solution.
On effective community participation in environmental projects and policies at the local level in Ireland
Bringing back coal jobs is ‘about as practical as bringing back the buggy whip industry’, explains Krugman.
Carmakers complain they can’t meet their CO2 targets, blaming declining diesel sales, while pushing old, inefficient, high-performance SUVs to maximise their profits
Local access restrictions can succeed in removing polluting vehicles from city centers and encourage cleaner alternatives
On the folly of Trump’s infrastructure plans to spend billions of dollars on developing projects that will likely be ruined by the impacts of a rapidly changing climate
Why transport is EU’s biggest climate problem, and what needs to be done to change that
We are only beginning to learn where the climate damages will be, when they will occur and how catastrophic they will be
Ireland’s leading climatologist reflects on what has just happened during the UN global climate talks in Bonn, Germany
Electric cars are on the verge of solving the last challenge they face in competing with gasoline cars — speed of recharging
Executive Summary of T&E’s report on why diesel cars are not needed for EU economy, climate or environment Two years after the Dieselgate scandal …
Redesigning our food system to radically reduce all types of waste from farm to fork
Part of scientific basis for a lawsuit filed by 21 young people against the US government for violating their constitutional rights to life, liberty and property by failing to protect them against climate change.
The Alaskan tundra is warming so quickly it has become a net emitter of carbon dioxide ahead of schedule
Relying solely on offsets to address aviation’s climate impact is unsustainable
The changing landscape for biofuels in Europe
The paradox of so many going hungry and so many others wasting food
How to phase out coal by 2030, with different plans for different coal-dependent countries
The use of vans has exploded since the 1990s, yet vans are truly the neglected outlier of Europe’s freight transport policy
Seagrass, around since dinosaurs, keeps the world’s coastlines clean and healthy, and supports many different species of animal, including humans
In the wake of the 2nd Cork Declaration on Rural Development, Thomas Quinn weighs up the chronic imbalances of the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)
“Range anxiety” from driving electric cars is very rapidly going to become an anachronism.
It’s time to break the mantra that reducing the sector’s climate impact will be costly