Key hydroelectric projects are being revived as part of a push by Athens to decarbonise and meet irrigation needs.
Bernardin respects the aluminium recycling traditions of his Benin village but his temper gets him into trouble.
“We’ve got blind spots and not everyone is getting all of the information.”
Australian mine aims to supply an initial 10 million tonnes of thermal coal annually for at least 30 years.
European plans for hydrogen energy projects in North Africa smack of green colonialism.
Al Jazeera spoke with young Indian disruptors and innovators who aren’t waiting for world leaders to take action.
The drought has already forced an estimated 100,000 people to flee their homes in search of food, water and pasture.
Space research agency findings come after Brazilian gov’t at COP26 summit pledged to end illegal deforestation by 2028.
The leaders of Canada, Mexico and the US are set to hold their first joint meeting in five years.
Floods left at least one dead and four missing, forced thousands of people to flee their homes, and cut off Vancouver.
Absence of rainfall in Kenya’s north is pushing pastoralists and their livestock to the brink of disaster.
Lahore declared the world’s most polluted city by Swiss air quality monitor, as residents urge officials to take action.
Residents urged to work from home and trucks carrying non-essential goods banned as air pollution hits dangerous levels.