The chairman of the IPCC warns that the only way to reduce large-scale fossil-fuel use is to 'price' carbon emissions
Opponents say regulations will 'write off our huge, secure, affordable coal resources'
Experts have calculated that about 570bn tonnes, or 57 per cent, has been burnt in the past three centuries - meaning the tipping point on carbon emissions is now only 30 years away
Is Bentley's saloon more luxurious for losing its sporty edge?
Gallery: Pictures of new C-X17 released
Discovery will help patients who do not respond well to various treatments
It was always unlikely that Sir Bernard Ingham, Margaret Thatcher’s press secretary, would express his unwavering support for the anti-fracking protesters at Balcombe in West Sussex.
Blow to climate change battle as President Correa tears up $3.6bn UN agreement
New weather phenomenon sees gigantic volumes of water vapour transported through the air
Total emissions have fallen in the UK, but not for the right reason
Temperatures still expected to reach predicted 2015 levels with only a five-year delay after 12 of the 14 hottest years on record
Setback for Britain’s carbon emissions targets as ministers choose cheap alternative to gas to meet energy demand
'Family planning has never been Fiat’s strong suit'
Putting anyone who has woken up at night to polish off the remaining goodies in their fridge to shame, new research shows that plants use maths to stave off hunger until the morning.
Chair of the cross-party Energy and Climate Change Committee issues warning ahead of vote on 2030 deadline for 'decarbonised' electrity supply
Greenhouse gas emissions jumped by 3.9% in 2012 as manufacturing increased