Opinion

George Osborne: A climate villain?

News

UK cancels pioneering carbon capture and storage competition

News

Developed countries agree to cut coal subsidies in 2017

Opinion
Coal fired power station.

A vanishing prospect: The promise of ‘clean coal’

Opinion

ETS reform: A real chance for CCS

Opinion

If COP21 cannot deliver a 2°C deal, what must it do?

Opinion

America is leading the CO2 reduction game

Opinion

A catalyst for carbon capture and storage

News
CO2 injection at the Sleipner offshore gas field, Norway.

European CCS backers lay out comeback ‘action plan’

Opinion

France makes a bold move on coal finance: Will other countries follow?

Opinion

Europe is dragging its feet on CCS

News

EU paper calls for binding CCS targets by 2030

News

IEA: Coal use is spiking climate mitigation costs

Interview

Graeme Sweeney: We must reset our approach to CCS

News

Poland on collision course with Brussels over ‘illegal’ coal plant

Opinion

EU will face severe consequences if it does not support carbon capture and storage

News

Oxford students, alumni protest over Shell Earth sciences funding

News

EU urged to fuel investment in carbon capture technology

News

Poland unsure about its energy mix

News

Brussels steers towards ‘resolute’ new CCS targets by 2014

News

Brussels expects EU-funded CCS demo projects before 2014

News

ArcelorMittal buries Europe's carbon storage hopes

Interview

Shell executive: We must reform the Emissions Trading System

News

Hard times for carbon storage, solar power

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Opinions

Europe’s other Russia ‘problem’

Sir Graham Watson, Former President, ALDE Party

Development is geopolitical

Rhys Williams, Communications Officer , European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM)

Is the EU finished if the British leave?

George Friedman, Founder of Geopolitical Futures

SDGs: Not an à la carte menu

Sarah Holzapfel, Agrareconomist, German Development Institute
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