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Falling costs put renewables on course to meet half of global power demand by 2050

Falling costs put renewables on course to meet half of global power demand by 2050

New analysis from Bloomberg New Energy Finance suggests just 29 per cent of global electricity production will be provided by fossil fuels by mid-century

'Little evidence' of bold action: MPs again slam government air quality efforts

'Little evidence' of bold action: MPs again slam government air quality efforts

Government response to joint committee report on air quality fails to allay MPs' concerns over public health impact of air pollution

Green steel: ArcelorMittal launches 'radical and disruptive' building approach

Green steel: ArcelorMittal launches 'radical and disruptive' building approach

Steel and mining giant unveils 'Steligence' approach designed to cut costs and environmental impact of building construction

Does nature conservation deserve a slice of the aid budget?

Does nature conservation deserve a slice of the aid budget?

Oxfam GB's Matthew Spencer asks if earmarking a chunk of the aid budget for conservation projects can really help drive sustainable development

AT&T inks wind energy mega-deal

AT&T inks wind energy mega-deal

AT&T partners with NextEra Energy Resources secure 820MW from new wind farms in Texas and Oklahoma

'Lightbulb moment': Proposed pension reforms place heavy impetus on climate risk duties

'Lightbulb moment': Proposed pension reforms place heavy impetus on climate risk duties

Green groups and pension industry welcome proposed reforms which could help shift investment away from fossil fuels towards low carbon economy

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