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The Commission endorsed use of agricultural wastes in anaerobic digesters to generate biomethane. Photograph: Robert Perry/EPA

The European Union is considering binding standards for natural gas to limit emissions of methane, the second-largest contributor to global warming af(...)

Reducing costs is vital for Shell’s plans to move into the power sector and renewables where margins are relatively low

Royal Dutch Shell announced on Wednesday plans to cut up to 9,000 jobs, or over 10% of its workforce, as part of a major overhaul to shift the oil an(...)

BP is still promoting its carbon calculator on its website. The aim appears to be to appropriate our collective social concern for the environment to help boost its brand image.

The One Change column is about taking individual responsibility for the toxic levels of carbon that all of us as a society are emitting. It’s a noble (...)

Shell, the world’s largest retailer with over 40,000 petrol stations, also saw a 39 per cent drop in fuel sales. Photograph: iStock

Royal Dutch Shell avoided its first quarterly loss in recent history, helped by its trading business, but announced nearly $17 billion in impairment c(...)

Conor Murphy with his wife Linda and children Ruairí and Órla, in Albert College Park, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The night Conor Murphy married his long-term Irish girlfriend he had to make an unexpected long-distance phone call from an Australian hospital to a f(...)

With economic activity coming to a shuddering halt and major employers   announcing they will not reopen, there are huge fears here for employment. Photograph: iStock

Innovative thinking, agility and speed of response are key characteristics required to successfully deal with the challenges of coronavirus. A new ta(...)

LGIM highlighted Exxon’s ‘persistent refusal’  to disclose its full carbon footprint. Photograph: Jim Young/Reuters

Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of the world’s largest fund managers with more than $1.5 trillion (€1.4 trillion) in assets, is (...)

Harry O’Callaghan:  “His death was a tragedy as he had so much more life to live”

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. Read more at irishtimes.com/covid-19-li(...)

A restaurant owner in Barcelona, Spain, prepares his storefront to attend customers’ takeaway orders after the country begun loosening some of the strict movement restrictions it implemented. Photograph: EPA

European stocks closed higher on Tuesday, shrugging off uncertainty over regional bond purchases as a swathe of positive earnings and an easing of cor(...)

Growing US joblessness put a dampener on Wall Street. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Markets slumped on Thursday as the European Central Bank (ECB) warned the euro zone economy could shrink 12 per cent while US jobless figures rose fas(...)

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