The poll revealed a major shift in public expectations for urban space and commuting across 15 European cities.
Can states be trusted to tackle the nation’s orphaned oil and gas well problem with federal funds?
Peter Butlin, who is deputy leader of Warwickshire County Council, regularly shares content from climate science denial groups.
The overall failure to divest appears to undermine a surge of climate commitments made by local authorities in recent years.
A year-long investigation finds a major West Texas disposal site with a patchy record is also importing radioactive oilfield waste from abroad.
The coroner, who recently ruled that air pollution exposure had contributed to the nine-year-old’s death in February 2013, is recommending the UK adopt World Health Organisation limits on particulate matter.
House Republicans introduced a new climate agenda that promotes fossil fuels and speculative technologies, while leaving out real emissions reduction targets.
How the court handles two separate cases could shape the future of climate lawsuits across the world.
Lord Peter Lilley has been proposed as a member of a new parliamentary environmental committee.
Two fossil fuel exploration companies bet big on one of oil’s final frontiers, and found out how volatile it could be.