Big Oil v the World, BBC's new three-part documentary series on the fossil fuel industry and its impact on the environment, aired its first episode.
Hundreds of climate activists will flock to Aberdeen this month to combat "mass polluters" as part of a climate camp.
It’s not often an entire train of thought is triggered by a report on an unusual event in the world of ornithology.
Setting targets is one thing and meeting them is another. That is the underlying message on which the latest, highly sceptical report by the Committee on Climate Change is built.
It will come as no surprise to readers when I say we are in the midst of a cost-of-living crisis.
Back in the 1990s, a talking tortoise advertised power for British homes, with the famous slogan 'it's got to be easily turn off and onable.'
The breakneck speed of global warming exceeds the pace of efforts to protect billions of vulnerable people, according to a new report released Monday by the world’s top climate scientists. The report warns of a growing mismatch between rising temperatures and slow, fragmented efforts to adapt, leaving little time for catching up before “a brief and rapidly closing window of opportunity” is sealed shut.
Europe’s biggest banks are still pumping billions into the oil and gas sector despite signing up to a landmark net zero initiative.
The UK’s business and energy secretary has defended the role of the oil and gas industry in the transition to net zero.
Despite COP26 talks, last year saw renewable growth fall to its lowest level since 2010, with these figures falling every year since 2015. If the UK is to hit its 2050 net-zero targets, Government and businesses must ensure that they uphold the COP26 pledges throughout 2022. With the UK’s ambitious targets to cut emissions by 78% compared to 1990 levels, and ensure all electricity comes from clean sources by 2035, tougher policies are needed to make sure that the country does not falter in its commitments to meet the 1.5C global warming target.
Shell CEO Ben van Beurden has reflected on a turbulent 12 months for the company, which have seen court rulings, massive shareholder dividends and a permanent move to the UK.
After consulting with nearly 1,000 risk professionals across 75 countries worldwide and drawing upon insights from the Workforce Resilience Council and International SOS, the results are in.
The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has stated that the UK is "nowhere near" meeting emissions targets enshrined in the Glasgow Climate Pact.
It is crucial that the goal to limit temperature rises to 1.5C is kept alive, Sir Patrick Vallance has warned.
A first draft of the Glasgow final decision text at COP26 has been published ahead of the conference wrapping up this week.
Former US president Barack Obama has told the Cop26 climate summit that island nations are the "canaries in the coalmine" of climate change and are sending a message on the need for urgent action.
‘I wouldn’t put money into ExxonMobil’ – Top climate adviser takes aim at US supermajor at Aberdeen event
Committee on Climate Change chairman Lord Deben took a swipe at oil and gas giant ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) during an event in Aberdeen yesterday.
Youth activists are taking to the streets of Glasgow to demand action on climate change from leaders and politicians as the Cop26 talks continue.
The world will warm by at least 3C by the end of the century, some UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) scientists have warned.
The UK is on course to deliver the “most exclusionary COP ever”, an environmental group has claimed.
North Sea heavy hitters have raised the virtual curtain on COP26 ahead of the landmark conference getting underway in Scotland next week.
TotalEnergies has hit back at claims it “downplayed” the potential for fossil fuels to lead to “catastrophic global warming” in the 1970s.
Countries are planning production of oil, coal and gas over the next decade at levels that is "dangerously" out of sync with targets to curb climate change, the UN has warned.
ESG. It’s an acronym we are all familiar with now, but does that mean that it’s an entirely new concept? Of course not, but there’s no denying that it has moved its way up the agenda with considerable speed, particularly as the energy transition becomes a part of our daily lives.
As we approach the COP26 Climate Conference which begins in Glasgow on 31st October, it feels as if the oil and gas industry has never been more in the political spotlight.