The floods and storms that have wreaked havoc across Britain this winter could be just the beginning, and now a growing number of people are making preparations for the end of the modern world. Here’s what you’ll need to do to stand a chance
WInd supplying most of the UK’s power on Feb 14th 2014
Climate scientists can no longer stay on the sidelines of the global warming debate.
Met Office warns of ice and rain as Labour accuse environment secretary of being ‘blinded to the risks’ of climate change
6/12/13 Hamburg is heavily flooded, here are two workers from a miniature museum.
Call to ‘stop dithering about fossil fuel cuts’ as expert panel warns entire globe is affected
Treasury will instead increase support for offshore turbines after MPs put pressure on PM over impact of windfarms on countryside
Thanks to dimwit voiceovers and preachy tutting, green films are taking a beating at the box office. But a new film about the slaughter of dolphins in Japan may change all that. By Catherine Shoard
Prime minister’s spokesman is reluctantly drawn into row after energy secretary say he wears warm clothes at home
Study says government needs to provide fresh financial incentives for electricity generators to keep the lights on