The US Congress set up a showdown with the Barack Obama yesterday over the approval of the controversial Keystone XL oil sands pipeline. ... Read More
Without a shift in meat and dairy consumption, limiting global temperature rise to two degrees is unlikely, says a new study by Chatham House. ... Read More
The implications of the US midterm elections for climate change policy: An international perspective
US voters will head to the polls tomorrow to decide which party rules Congress for the next two years. Environmental groups have spent millions... Read More
Fracking firms could benefit by up to £105 million a year from a legal change that is being pushed through despite overwhelming public opposition. ... Read More
A new poll of UK Members of Parliament has found widespread doubts about climate science, particularly among Conservative MPs. ... Read More
The public remain divided and undecided on fracking, with a small but growing minority strongly opposed to shale gas extraction, new government... Read More
Fracking's impact on house prices is unclear, but people still don't want it (or anything else) in their back yards
The government has released a report on the potential local impacts of shale gas in response to a freedom of information request. Several parts are... Read More
Newspapers love to cover surveys that show belief in climate change has risen or fallen. But how much can polls really tell us about what the UK... Read More
Who are you calling a skeptic? New survey identifies diverse views on climate change among US Republicans
Americans are more than twice as likely to vote for political candidates who support climate change action, according to a new study. ... Read More
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