Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd has warned that all countries will need to make compromises as the high level part of crucial United Nations climate talks get under way.
Carbon reporting from the world's largest companies lacks consistency, making it almost impossible for stakeholders to compare one company's performance easily and accurately with another's, according to a survey from accountancy firm KPMG.
After a hectic first day of climate talks in Paris when more than 150 leaders signalled their intention to do a deal on global warming, the real business has begun.
The largest ever gathering of world leaders has met in Paris for COP 21 to try to agree on new climate goals. Statoil has set out a clear ambition to be competitive in a low-carbon future, and is also there. If you want to find out what they’re doing, check out the video below.
Coal’s future in the world’s energy mix is secure even as governments adopt stricter policies to tackle climate change, according to the head of coal and copper at Rio Tinto Group, the world’s second-biggest mining company.
The UK needs to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 57% by 2030 to meet its long-term goal for tackling climate change cost-effectively, government advisers have said.
The United States and China have advanced policies to limit CO2 emissions, ahead of next month's COP21 carbon emmissions conference in Paris.
Global use of coal is heading for its biggest fall in history this year, an analysis by green campaigners suggests.
The head of the World Meteorological Organisation has said immediate action must be taken if mankind is to keep global warming at manageable levels.
Concerns about the climate change impact of burning the world's remaining oil resources mean the reserves will never be fully exploited, BP chief economist Spencer Dale has said.