The multi-billion euro Iter nuclear fusion project in France represents our best chance at cracking nuclear fusion. The project expects to generate record breaking fusion runs, which would produce more energy than it consumes for the first time. But since we’re not likely to see real benefits until 2050, what if industrialised fusion is achieved too late to combat global warming?
A growing number of environmentally friendly American businesses – including major airlines and banks, as well as energy, tech and pharmaceutical companies – are pushing back against the Donald Trump's attempts to dismiss climate change concerns.
Barack Obama has been called the first ‘climate president’ for acknowledging the real threat of global warming. But research shows Obama’s climate record has been badly tarnished by investments made in dirty fuels around the world.