News Rainforests aren't faring too well with the rising temperatures

For each 1C rise in temperature, tropical regions now release about 2 billion extra tonnes of carbon-containing gases

Government attempts to 'reclaim' the green agenda by ploughing £1 billion into effort to cut Britain's overseas gas reliance

Ministers will divert money currently earmarked to build a new gas fired power station into projects to cut electricity demand

Toyota Auris 1.6 Valvematic

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Labour's power call sets up clash with Coalition

Party wants carbon-capture and storage technology installed to cut emissions – but plan would double the cost of electricity

Revolution in energy use 'will help curb warming'

BP study points to improvements in efficiency and changing economies
New estimates of how much soot, or “black carbon” as it is known by scientists, is released into the atmosphere show that it causes about twice as much warming as previously believed. Cutting emissions could help to cool the planet, scientists said.

Soot causes twice as much global warming as previously thought

Cutting 'black carbon' emissions could help to cool the planet, according to scientists

EU commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard

Fiddling while Rome burns – the £3trn cost of climate delay

Expert warns that Doha agreement to wait until 2020 to tackle global warming is a mistake

Editorial: Climate change - no less of a problem than it was

The Met Office global warming forecasts have been only slightly tweaked

Fears over carbon emissions after permit prices dive

The global carbon market shrank by more than a third to €61bn (£49bn) in 2012, the lowest level in its five-year history, fuelling concerns that key permit schemes designed to force down CO2 emissions are proving ineffective.

How to save money by making your boiler more energy efficient

Now that winter is upon us, many of us are spending more time indoors. Top of everybody’s checklist is a home that can deal with the cold days and nights ahead. Your first priority should be your boiler as it provides a great deal of warmth through heating your radiators.

Deutsche Bank offices raided in carbon tax investigation

Leading executives at Deutsche Bank have been drawn into a carbon permits tax investigation after raids on the Berlin, Dusseldorf and Frankfurt offices of Germany's biggest lender.

Deutsche Bank chiefs in carbon permits tax probe

Leading executives at Deutsche Bank have been drawn into a carbon permits tax investigation after raids on the Berlin, Dusseldorf and Frankfurt offices of Germany's biggest lender.

Turbines of the new Burbo Bank off shore wind farm lay in the wake of a maintenance boat in the mouth of the River Mersey off Liverpool, England

British economy would be £20bn-a-year better off with focus on wind power, says think tank

Britain’s “dash-for-gas” strategy has been undermined just a day before chancellor George Osborne is set to place the fossil fuel at the heart of UK energy policy, as a new report finds the economy would be better off harnessing offshore wind instead.

'Recklessly slow' climate talks as greenhouse gases hit new high

Ministers from nearly 200 countries beginning talks on a new global warming treaty have been warned that progress in dealing with climate change is “recklessly slow”.

Nimble for a big car: the Lexus GS

Lexus GS 450h - Test Drive

Sorry Alan, but this Lexus is a bit too cool for you...

Ocean acidification caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is eating away at the shells of marine snails known as “sea butterflies”, the researchers said.

Rise of acid ocean eats away base of food chain

Shells of tiny sea snails are being eroded as more carbon dioxide is dissolved into seawater

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