New means of generating electricity need new energy markets.
If the UK is to achieve net zero by 2050, it needs to get moving on making a successful green transition across fuel, transport and housing.
If we want to limit global warming to below 2°C, most of our untapped fossil fuel reserves need to be kept in the ground.
The sheer scale of emissions from the expansion, and projects linked, to it will make achieving 2030 emission targets much harder for Western Australia and by extension, Australia and the world.
Despite vastly different political systems, we can draw some interesting parallels between Russia and Australia on the climate front.
The government is preparing to offer some kind of limited bailout to businesses that are struggling because of high electricity and gas prices.
Problems with affordable, accessible energy could be mitigated by making more energy providers publicly owned.
Takeover bids for Australia’s last listed energy network companies suggest these monopolies are charging way more than necessary.
A high court judge said the Environment Agency was failing to fulfil its legal duty to protect the public.
Time-poor households, like single parent families, are caught between rising prices and unhelpful tariffs.
Nigeria’s new petroleum law will make its petroleum industry as competitive and attractive to investors as its peers.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is expected to seek commitments from his US counterpart, pledging support in his country’s ongoing battle with the Russian Federation.
The maritime situation in Mozambique must not be allowed to emulate the maritime threats found off Nigeria, Somalia, and the rebel-held territories in Libya.
Biogas is often overlooked as a source of renewable energy, but it could be a solution to dealing with the 9.5 million tonnes of food waste created by the UK every year.
The cost of decarbonising the UK’s energy system is falling disproportionately on the poorest.
Colonialism, political turmoil and unmet citizen promises all lie behind the rise of attacks on foreign-run fossil fuel plants in Mozambique.
Renewables form an ever-greater share of the electricity mix. But elsewhere in the energy sector – in transport, industry and buildings – emissions reduction is very slow.
When announcing financial penalties on Russia earlier this year, Biden hinted at the prospect of ‘further’ sanctions. An energy scholar explains what Biden may have meant.
The development strategy based on foreign investment in natural resources projects has not delivered economic growth or security. What’s needed is an inclusive vision based on local realities.
Chelsea and Manchester City have similar goals on and off the pitch.