Environmentalists will have to remain vigilant and ensure that the new Irish coalition sharpens its commitments on climate policies impacting agriculture
Ride-hailing services like Uber are increasing car travel, climate emissions and traffic congestion, according to a new US study.
How do we protect the earth after the virus crisis has passed. What lessons have we learned.
An obscure European Commission fund, ‘Research Fund for Coal and Steel’ (RFCS), is incompatible with the EU’s Green Deal and climate ambitions
The recent Green Wave in Irish politics and how it will affect the formation and operation of the new Irish government
While the big GHG emitters, including the United States and China, shunned their responsibility at the Madrid talks, cities, states, regions, businesses, and especially the youth showed courage.
Current status of Northern Ireland’s climate inaction
A new EU law obliging manufacturers to make home appliances easier to repair has caught global attention
LNG requires massive investment in bunkering infrastructure and LNG-compatible ships, which cannot deliver carbon-free transport but run the risk of creating stranded assets some of which will be publicly funded.
We think the economics of renewables are impossible for oil to compete with.
Global progress in the past decade in renewables for electricity production, plus good news from China and EU and bad news from US and Brazil
The Commission’s long-term strategic vision to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, showing how Europe can lead the way to climate neutrality – an economy with net-zero GHG emissions
By 2030, wind and solar will undercut existing coal and gas almost everywhere.
In Europe, only 40 percent of EU rivers, lakes, streams and wetlands are healthy today, largely due to pressures from industrial agriculture and hydropower, as well as other sectors, such as mining.
Denis Hayes, a principal organizer of first Earth Day, predicts the 50th anniversary in 2020 will be “the largest, most diverse action in human history.”
Energy analysts used power demand data from the January deep freeze and wind and solar conditions to find the gaps in an all-renewable power grid
The historical disregard of environmental considerations in most areas of policy has been a catastrophic mistake
How “sub-national leaders” (local, regional and corporate decision makers) are taking concrete actions on climate change as national and international actors falter
And that means faster sea level rise, faster global warming, and more extreme weather for us.
The Union of Concerned Scientists’ assessment of the current status, and usefulness, of nuclear power in US
Challenges for Ireland to meet obligations under the EU’s Energy Union Flagship Project
The challenge: ensuring a reliable clean water supply, treating waste water and preparing for floods or scarcity
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.