Standard Chartered to Stop Financing New Coal-Fired Power Plants
Why Higher Pollution Costs Haven't Dented Coal Demand in Europe
Ex-UBS Trader Wins Last-Minute Bid to Delay Deportation
Europe Will Make Up a Quarter of Global Wind Power in Five Years
Carbon Traders Beware: Here Are the Risks After Prices Triple
Norway Seeks to Offset Its Pollution 12 Years Before Needed
Wind Farm Double Size of Manhattan Unveiled in Irish Sea
Cleaning up truck emissions will help Europe reach its emissions targets laid out in the Paris agreement.
Coal Nears $100 in Europe as China's Power Demand Draws in Fuel
Will Judges Have the Last Word on Climate Change?
Almost 200 nations scrambling to write rules for Paris accord.
LNG shippers are taking advantage of open waters as ice caps stage one of their largest retreats on record.
Pollution Costs at Decade High Squeeze Industry, Coal in Europe
There needs to be a 10-fold increase in carbon capture by 2025 to put it on the right path to restrict global warming, says IEA.
Carbon Reaches 10-Year High, Pushing Europe Power Prices Higher
Enel Unit Begins Building Its First Solar Park in Zambia
U.S. Ambassador Calls on U.K. to Back Trump on Iran Sanctions
Green Energy Producers Just Installed Their First Trillion Watts
Assange walking away scot-free is doubtful as he faces arrest for skipping bail in London.
Ex-HSBC FX Trader Wins U.K. Order Blocking Extradition to U.S.
Mystery Banker's Wife Fights U.K. Order on Unexplained Property