As global temperatures continue to soar, Nasa data reveals last month as the hottest in history, marking ten straight months of broken climate change records.
For the first time since Ed Miliband’s 2013 intervention, the question of energy bills is back, and must be addressed by the Tories and Labour.
The UK’s existing gas infrastructure will heat the homes of tomorrow, says Andy Irwin, head of innovation and energy futures at Northern Gas Networks.
The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.
And why we should be worried by the links between the two.
Brexit turmoil should not distract from the enormity of the task ahead.
Winter is Coming.
Scientists at Harvard University have invented a leaf that can produce a renewable source of energy.
Is fracking the answer to the UK's energy future? Or a serious risk to the environment?
A record-breaking heat wave in Rajasthan reveals how badly we lack the necessary infrastructure to cope with the human suffering climate change is already causing.
The layer beneath the earth's crust is moving in unexpected ways, which could have implications for everything from the oil and gas industry to climate change.
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