According to a report by GAIA, the EU’s clean development mechanism is supporting waste projects in developing countries that threaten livelihoods and cause toxic emissions
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The latest international climate change talks ended in disagreement and disappointment, with some participants concerned about future decisions to save the planet
Europe’s carbon trading system was supposed to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. But at least one of its methods for doing so may actually have increased those emissions.
An ambitious project to produce clean energy for the Netherlands and Belgium has degenerated into a controversial abuse of natural resources in Africa.
British firms have acquired more land in Africa for controversial biofuel plantations than companies from any other country.
More than two million hectares. That is the area of Western-funded plantations for energy crops in Africa. Will the Africans also profit from it?
A journey through the beauty and environmental devastation of the Tibetan plateau along the new paved trail that led the Olympic Torch from Beijing to Mount Everest
Journey on the holy Narmada river where the Sardar Sarovar dam flooded the valley and forced the indigenous to leave their homeland, like other 4.000 dams did across India