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Australia's Tim Cahill never loses sight of the goal and neither should we on climate change. Dan Himbrechts/AAP Kicking goals is a whole lot easier when you're running hard, with a clear line of vision. But amid so much backpassing and confusion on
Time is not on our side', says Ban, hailing new report on curbing carbon emissions 8 July 2014 Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, introducing a new United Nations-backed report outlining pathways major industrial economies can use to cut their carbon
Brent crude fell for its seventh straight session, hitting a one-month low below $110 a barrel on improved prospects for a rise in Libyan oil exports and easing fears of supply disruption in Iraq. The benchmark is headed for its longest losing streak
Congressman Michael Michaud and Congresswoman Chellie Pingree helped restore $9 million in funding for a program that has already invested over $18 million in Maine tidal projects since 2008. Michaud, who had previously led a House effort to support
The World Council of Churches has revised its ethical investment criteria to exclude fossil fuel companies Photograph: Hilke Maunder/Alamy An umbrella group of churches, which represents over half a billion Christians worldwide, has decided to pull
The 100-mile underground and subsea line, between Caithness and Moray, could add 1.2 gigawatts of new renewable energy capacity to the grid. Green energy schemes proposed for the area include plans for more than 300 wind turbines off the Moray Firth.
News Economic growth and decarbonisation two sides of same coin': UN report Emissions from a power station. [Stocker1970/Shutterstock]. The deep decarbonisation of developed economies, such as the EU, can go along with economic growth, according to a
U.S. oil consumption will reverse a four-year demand decline in rich nations and drive a pick up world-wide next year, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries said Thursday. The assessmentthe first given for 2015 by the oil producers'
Bloomberg's Eric Roston attempted to keep a straight face while promoting a draft report for the United Nations. It said U.S. emissions would need to be cut to one-tenth of current levels, per person, in less than 40 years. Short of societal
Archbishop Desmond Tutu says he doesn't want to tell Canadians what to do about the environment. The Canadian Press Video With last year's solar stocks' success, more firms will be going public says industry veteran and Solar Grid Storage CEO Tom