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Can Poland dismantle the EU Green Deal with legal challenges?

For years, Poland’s right-wing government has been threatening to legally challenge the EU’s climate policy, and this summer it delivered …

The trailblazing EU policy set to decarbonise the global shipping industry

At the end of January, the largest cruise ship ever built set sail on its maiden voyage from Miami. Longer …

Is Mexico’s 55% energy market nationalisation an anti-business move?

Mexico’s government has consolidated its control over more than half of the country’s power industry following state utility Comision Federal …

Weekly data: Red Sea crisis could quadruple CO₂ emissions from ships

The diversion of more than 100 container ships around the southern tip of Africa, from their usual Asia-to-Europe route from …

US state pensions risk “hard earned savings” by ignoring climate risks

The global cost of extreme weather attributable to climate change is estimated at $143bn per year over the past 20 …

Green transition: how significant would India’s membership of the IEA be?

At its 2024 ministerial meeting, the International Energy Agency (IEA) announced that ministers from its 31 member countries had agreed …