The new EU Commissioner for Energy, Estonian Kadri Simson, has a strong transatlantic orientation.
Several maps published by the European Space Agency (ESA) showed more carbon monoxide and other pollutants in August than in the previous month, when there were fewer fires.
Experts are discussing a potential solution to global warming centers around the technology of solar geoengineering. But scientists also see severe unintended consequences.
British Airways pilots began a 48-hour strike on Monday, grounding most of the airline’s flights and disrupting thousands of travellers’ plans in unprecedented industrial action over a pay dispute.
Saudi Arabia’s king appointed his son, Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, as energy minister on Sunday, replacing Khalid al-Falih and for the first time handing the portfolio in the world’s top oil exporter to a member of the royal family.
Pope Francis said on Saturday rapid deforestation and reduction in biodiversity in individual countries should not be treated as local issues since they threaten the future of the whole planet.
Oil and gas companies approve $50 billion of major projects that undermine climate targets and risk shareholder returns, a new study has found.
Chile’s President Sebastian Pinera on Thursday announced the creation of a working group of government agencies, academics and industry players to tackle the worst drought in 60 years which has spiked this year amid record lows of rainfall.
Climate change may bring northern European regions some advantage. Italian wine could soon be replaced by excellent grapes from Finland.
After Boris Johnson’s defeat in parliament, the supporters of the Remain Campaign mobilise. They want a new referendum in spring 2020.