The prospects for climate change, biodiversity, water, and the impacts on human health of pollution are all “more alarming”
than in 2008, according to the OECD.
Electricity companies could be planning to ”double dip” on the carbon price, potentially overcharging customers by $1.5 billion, according to a group of industrial companies.
Britain should rely on nuclear not offshore wind to keep the lights on without spending too much money, a former chief scientist has suggested.
Nearly 5 million people across the United States live close enough to the high-tide line to be in danger if climate change causes sea levels to rise at least four feet, according to a new report by Climate Central.