Antartica is being seriously affected by sea levels in the Northern Hemisphere. This video explainer from Greenpeace looks south to Antartica – the continent that holds 90 per cent of the world’s ice. What’s the difference between sea ice and land ice? Watch the video to find out more. An ambitious new mapping project has …


Watch this stunning interactive story on stones and climate change from the New York Times. These rocks in Oman remove CO2 from the air and turn it to stone – they could in theory store hundreds of years of human carbon emissions. Storing even a fraction of that would not be easy. But it’s not impossible. Some …


Speaking to EURACTIV in Brussels this week, BP’s chief economist, Spencer Dale acknowledged that the company had made a “mistake” in evaluating the speed of the renewable energy transition. “We don’t pretend we haven’t made this mistake – we have made this mistake,” Dale admitted, saying BP has “revised up” its renewable energy growth forecasts …


Suddenly, buses with battery-powered motors are a serious matter with the potential to revolutionise city transport—and add to the forces reshaping the energy industry. The numbers are staggering. China had about 99 percent of the 385,000 electric buses on the roads worldwide in 2017, accounting for 17 per cent of the country’s entire fleet. Every …

Hans-Josef FellApril 26, 2018

In his 11-point manifesto, Hans-Josef Fell, founder of the Energy Watch Group and Impact4All board member, outlines his vision for 100% renewable energy worldwide  A global energy transition to 100 percent renewable electricity is no longer a question of technical feasibility or economic viability, but of political will, a study by the Energy Watch Group (EWG) and Lappeenranta …


The government last published its energy and emissions projections out to 2035 in late 2015. Its latest analysis was published last week, but is described as the “2016 projections”.

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