Renewable energy sill only accounts for 14 percent of the energy consumed in the world today, according to new figures from the International Energy Agency (IEA). This compares to six percent for nuclear power and a massive 80 percent for fossil fuels.
Climate change has brought about a rapid and dramatic shift in Britain’s landscape, according to a new report published today. Rising temperatures have allowed species such as orchids and ferns to flourish in the north, while other species retreat to cooler conditions on high land and mountainsides.
As crude-oil prices hit record highs, US congressional leaders are planning to ask President Bush to order an investigation into possible price gouging by oil companies.
Are the blues really becoming green? After his dog-sleigh ride to see melting glaciers in Norway yesterday, UK Conservative leader David Cameron, called for international targets to cut carbon emissions, as well as his support for a levy on carbon use.