An 11.5% power generation jump drove a sharp surge in emissions by the world's third largest greenhouse gas-emitter as output from both coal-fired and renewable plants hit records
China is home to 14 of the 15 global regions most vulnerable to climate change, with Jiangsu province, which accounts for a tenth of national GDP, the world's most vulnerable, major study says
The world's third largest carbon polluter projects it needs $10 trillion to $15 trillion in investment to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2070
The memorandum was part of a "comprehensive strategic partnership agreement" King Salman signed with the Chinese President
The meeting between the global economic powerhouse and Gulf energy giant signals Riyadh's interest in deepening ties with Beijing despite US wariness
AES Corporation plans to build a 4,000 megawatt (MW) wind farm off Vietnam’s central province of Binh Thuan, the Ministry...
The world's second-largest economy plans to expand the share of green energy by an average of one percentage point a year between now and 2030
The Indian government also plans to set up a regulatory framework for carbon trading, the report said
Stuart Kirk, then head of sustainable investing, told a Financial Times event in May that central bankers were overstating warnings about the threat from global warming.
The ADB and the British government will launch the UK–ASEAN Catalytic Green Finance Facility (ACGF) Trust Fund to accelerate a pipeline of low-carbon and climate-resilient infrastructure projects
China's Ministry of Water Resources says "wind and solar energy projects must not be built on rivers, lakes and reservoirs," while renewable projects near water bodies should be strictly controlled
Green hydrogen is a zero-carbon, zero-methane fuel and unlike other types of hydrogen it does not require the burning of fossil fuels in the production process