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The people behind the first solar-powered round-the-world flight believe the technology used will inspire society to adopt renewable products.
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The U.K. government has announced plans to shut all unabated coal-fired power stations by 2025 and to limit their use by 2023.
As governments prepare for the COP21 climate change forum, warnings on how global warming could hit businesses and investors are increasing.
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Punishing oil and gas companies isn't the answer to America's energy problems, says Bill Dickens.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ranks higher education institutions on their green credentials. CNBC takes a look at the top 10.
The north of England is set to be home to Europe's largest floating solar power system.