In garages and sheds, a dedicated band of amateurs is trying to answer the biggest question in energy: whether controlled nuclear fusion can power the world.
After Ella Kissi-Debrah’s death, a legal battle is underway to establish a link between the impact of poor air quality and deprivation.
Two new podcasts - one from the former President of Ireland and another from Mary Creagh MP - are taking on the environmental crisis. Are they any good?
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A mix of fuel sources is crucial for sustaining the UK through energy supply peaks and troughs.
Unique economic stars have aligned, leaving councils free to go solar.
The recent bout of hot weather was deemed to be a “hotspell” not a “heatwave”.
There is a disparity between the bear’s idealised portrayal, and the messy reality of its warming world.
Local governments in America are suing fossil fuel companies for damages caused by climate change – could the UK follow suit?
The contrast between shows of bravery at the games in South Korea and inaction against bigger threats highlights the impact of psychic numbing.
The economic powerhouse claims its Belt and Road Initiative will deliver growth without the usual environmental consequences.
"It is a myth that everyone is responsible for climate change and therefore that no one is responsible."