No subsidies for green power projects before 2025, says UK Treasury.

Renewable energy Government accused of ‘turning their back on renewables’ after saying there will be no more money for new low-carbon levies <!--><!--><!--><!--> The Treasury decision will...

Community solar heads for rooftops of NYC’s public housing projects.

When you look out across New York City from the top of the Empire State Building, thousands of empty rooftops come into view. They...

Giving thanks, but not for turkey-powered energy.

By HIROKO TABUCHINovember 22, 2017Want the latest climate news in your inbox? You can sign up here to receive Climate Fwd:, our new email newsletter.This is...

How do offshore wind farms affect ocean ecosystems?

The global shift to renewable energy is well underway, including large-scale deployment of offshore wind farms. There are already about 3,600 turbines operating along...

Renewable energy in Australia: Solar boom reported in October.

ELECTRICITY price rises have driven a boom in rooftop solar with installations at their second highest levels.Green Energy Markets’ Renewable Energy Index, funded by...

Brunswick board nixes new solar farm rules.

BOLIVIA – Brunswick County commissioners pushed back to the planning board proposed changes that would tighten regulations on solar farms in the county. Shown is...

Indonesian mosques to take up the mantle of fighting climate change.

Indonesia will establish 1,000 “eco-mosques,” the country’s vice president announced at this month’s UN climate summit in Bonn. The Southeast Asian nation is home to...

To combat climate change, increase women′s participation.

"I'm the only woman here," noted Celestine Ketcha Courtes, mayor of a small town in Cameroon, looking to her left and right on the...

The US decided to show up for the UN climate conference – to lobby...

Most of the people in the room when the United States gave its sole presentation last week at COP23 — the United Nations climate negotiations in...

The world’s first “negative emissions” plant has opened in Iceland—turning carbon dioxide into stone.

There’s a colorless, odorless, and largely benign gas that humanity just can’t get enough of. We produce 40 trillion kg of carbon dioxide each...

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