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The world could soon see a massive oil glut. Here's why.

Friday - The world could have a glut of oil by the end of the decade because of rising production combined with declining demand as consumers and businesses switch to electric vehicles and renewable energy.

EU hits Chinese EVs with tariffs, drawing rebuke from Beijing

Friday - The European Commission said it will impose extra duties of up to 38.1% on imported Chinese electric cars from July, risking retaliation from Beijing.

The Tory network of climate denial and fossil fuel funding

Friday - DeSmog catalogues how oil and gas firms have forged ties with the highest levels of government in the UK, as well as with the media and influential think tanks.

Russia’s war with Ukraine accelerating global climate emergency, report shows

Friday - Most comprehensive analysis ever of conflict-driven climate impacts shows emissions greater than those generated by 175 countries in a year.

Florida’s 2024 hurricane season arrives with a rainy deluge

Friday - Dangerous flooding from a tropical disturbance inundated much of southern Florida, blocking roads, floating vehicles and delaying the Florida Panthers on their way to Stanley Cup games.

G7 coal charade: Funding the fire they claim to fight

Friday - COMMENT: Rich countries should take concrete steps to stem the global flow of funds from their commercial banks which are fuelling expansion of the coal industry.

Swiss parliament spurns European climate ruling

Thursday - The Swiss parliament voted to snub a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) that accused the country of being ineffective in fighting climate change.

Nitrous oxide emissions are accelerating with growing demand for fertilizer and meat

Thursday - Food’s role in climate change has emerged as one of the defining challenges of our time.

China to reach 2030 solar and wind energy target five years ahead of schedule

Thursday - China is expected to exceed its 2030 solar and wind energy target already in 2025, when its solar and wind capacity is projected to reach 1,720 GW, GlobalData said.

What do the European elections mean for EU climate action?

Thursday - This week’s European parliamentary election results saw parties on the populist right making big gains in France and Germany, while the historic “green wave” of 2019 receded.

The anti-windfarm 'odd couple' joining forces to fight the renewable energy projects Australia's already failing to build

Thursday - Deep in coal country, a lifelong environmentalist and one-time Greens candidate is feeling the applause.

Canada signs second deal to guarantee price of captured carbon

Thursday - The Canada Growth Fund, a federal clean-tech financing agency, signed its second deal to backstop carbon prices with a proposed Alberta facility that would convert landfill waste to electricity and...

EU climate policies could be slowed in future after rightward shift in election

Wednesday - A more rightward-leaning European Parliament will make it harder to pass ambitious EU climate policies, but the majority of current world-leading green policies are likely to stay put, analysts said.

Bonn bulletin: Fossil fuel transition left homeless

Wednesday - Countries clash over where to negotiate the shift away from dirty energy agreed at COP28, while talks on a new climate finance goal make little progress.

Supreme court ruling delays climate litigation big oil has sought to thwart

Wednesday - The supreme court asked the Biden administration to weigh in on big oil’s request to thwart litigation that could put them on the hook for billions of dollars.

Are we finally hitting a sweet spot in the energy transition?

Wednesday - COMMENT: The race between a rapidly unraveling climate and a rapid buildout of renewable energy will determine just how many people die, how many cities drown, and how many species survive.

Brazil police raid Amazon carbon credit projects

Wednesday - The Brazilian Federal Police arrested people and seized assets linked to some of the country’s largest carbon credit projects.

Scientists have built a ‘digital twin’ of Earth to predict the future of climate change

Wednesday - The complex computer model takes into account weather and climate systems as well as our impact on the planet.

Australia’s leader says opposition will renege on greenhouse gas emissions target if elected

Tuesday - Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Monday said the opposition Liberal Party would renege on the nation’s ambitious target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 if it wins elections...

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