The government’s climate advisor has warned about the risks of investing in fracking.
The UK strategy for cutting greenhouse gas emissions could exceed targets set by parliament, government lawyers told the High Court today.
Three campaign organisations are taking the government to court today over its net zero strategy.
Disruption by climate campaigners today forced Shell to pause its first AGM since moving headquarters to London.
Pregnant women, children, indigenous people, communities of colour and low-income neighbourhoods are disproportionately harmed by fracking, according to the latest review in the US of risks and damage.
Climate campaigners continued a week of protests today at Schlumberger’s research centre in Cambridge with a banner drop – but the company said it was committed to low carbon solutions.
The Court of Appeal will decide whether ministers acted lawfully in agreeing $1.15 billion of financing for a liquified natural gas project in Mozambique, it was confirmed this afternoon.
Police have removed climate campaigners blockading the research centre operated by Schlumberger oil service company in Cambridge.
International pledges to tackle climate change made in Glasgow last year will “wither on the vine” without action, Alok Sharma, the COP26 president said today.
Opponents of controversial gas drilling plans near the Surrey village of Dunsfold say they will put their toes on the line to show that large lorries will be forced to break the law when visiting the proposed site.