The European Union (EU) is close to implementing new legislation that will impose high-efficiency standards for all new public sector buildings starting from 2018, and all new residential and commercial buildings starting from 2020.
At the third annual European Renewable Energy Policy Conference there was consensus among European Union (EU) officials that clean energy will be the predominant source of Europe's energy supply by 2050.
The mayors of the largest cities in Europe and the United States have co-authored a mutual declaration, “The Stockholm Appeal on Climate Change” that urges international leaders to arrive at an international climate change agreement at the upcoming meeting in Co
As the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen looms closer in the distance, the latest draft of a new global agreement--an oft-confusing 200 page article --reveals that the politics of climate change still pose the greatest obstacle to global success.
A new report from the European Commission suggests that, in coming decades, safeguarding and storing carbon in ecosystems has the potential to prevent well over 50 gigatonnes (Gt) of carbon from entering the atmosphere.
In the Mediterranean waters between Europe and northern Africa, warm and inviting Cyprus isn't all that it seems. With its divided capital Nicosia officially cleaved in two along ethnic lines since 1974, conflict on "the island of Aphrodite" between the Greeks and Turks is nothing new. But today, the nation's tensions extend into the energy realm.