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.
Campaigners who challenged the lawfulness of the UK government’s climate policies have lost their fight at the High Court.
The UK government is seeking views on new climate criteria that oil and gas projects must meet to be approved.
A 17-year-old climate activist from Brockham in Surrey is urging local people to object to plans for 15 years of oil production plans in her village as the deadline approaches for public comments.
The government’s climate advisor is to examine whether developing new North Sea oil and gas fields is consistent with planned cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.
DrillOrDrop’s diary of events in winter 2021/2 involving the UK onshore oil and gas industry and campaigns about it.
Environmental damage from burning oil in cars or planes should be assessed, as well as the benefits of oil production, campaigners told the court of appeal in London today.