Controversial government plans to crack down on protests have been defeated by peers in a series of late night votes.
The UK government is seeking views on new climate criteria that oil and gas projects must meet to be approved.
A legal challenge to the decision by the UK government to approve $1.15bn funding for a liquified natural gas (LNG) project in Mozambique began at the High Court in London today.
The government’s climate advisor has addressed possible loopholes in the COP26 agreement on phasing out fossil fuel subsidies.
Global temperatures are expected to rise by at least 2.4C, despite pledges made at the COP26 climate talks for the next decade, new analysis from the Climate Action Tracker warned today.
The former US president, Barack Obama, told young people to stay angry and prepare for a marathon on tackling climate change.
Fossil fuel production planned by national governments “vastly exceeds” the limit needed to keep global temperatures at safe levels, the United Nations said today.
Greenpeace has lost a legal challenge to the UK government’s decision to allow BP to drill 30 million barrels of oil from the Vorlich Field in the North Sea.
A government survey of public attitudes on energy issues has dropped some questions about fracking and will ask others less frequently.
The UK government is being urged today to withdraw from a legal challenge about the climate impacts of oil production in Surrey.