The plan to drill for oil near the Lincolnshire village of North Kelsey conflicts with the UK’s international commitments to tackle climate change, a leading scientist has warned.
Two climate campaigners accused of criminal damage at a fossil fuels protest on Cambridge University land have been found not guilty after nearly three years.
Police in England and Wales are to get new powers to stop slow walking protests, a well-known tactic used by fossil fuel and climate activists.
UK policies to cut carbon emissions fall short of national and international commitments, the government admitted today.
Residents have submitted their legal case over an extended test at the Balcombe oil site in West Sussex.
The UK government has rejected all the recommendations of a cross-party committee of MPs to speed up decarbonisation of energy supply.
Greenhouse gas emissions from existing fossil fuel infrastructure are enough to burst through the critical limit of 1.5C in global temperature rise, a major new report warned today.
Beliefs about the seriousness of climate change appear to be influencing attitudes against UK shale gas extraction, despite the war in Ukraine, a new study has concluded.
The UK is relying on emerging technologies for carbon reduction that may not work, a campaign network has argued.
More than 200 organisations, including the Women’s Institute, have joined celebrities and climate campaigners to oppose plans to develop the Rosebank oilfield off Shetland.