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29 10 2020 | 14:54

One thing you can do: Vote

The United States is the world’s second-largest emitter of planet-warming greenhouse gasses and the presidential election next week will have a big impact on the extent to which those emissions are…

29 10 2020 | 14:26

International legal experts head to Africa to support courts in poaching fight.

Before the scheme, only 24 per cent of wildlife crime prosecutions in Kenya ended in conviction, writes Abbianca Makoni. Global legal experts including from Britain experienced in sharpening laws…

27 10 2020 | 12:33

Climate change: 'Dangerous and dirty' used cars sold to Africa.

Millions of highly polluting used cars from rich countries are being "dumped" on developing nations, according to a UN report. Between 2015 and 2018, some 14 million older, poor quality vehicles…

27 10 2020 | 10:24

Feeling the heat over Arctic sea ice.

David Nowell thinks Extinction Rebellion should focus on insulating homes, running public transport cooperatives and campaigning for major economic reforms, while Iain Climie says late Arctic ice…

27 10 2020 | 09:35

Key player in war on climate change? The Pentagon.

In the final presidential debate Thursday night, Vice President Joe Biden called climate change an "existential threat to humanity" that we have a moral obligation to address. Whoever leads the…

26 10 2020 | 09:02

Οι μεγάλες ανατροπές που φέρνει η πανδημία σε ΑΠΕ, ηλεκτρισμό, έρευνες υδρογονανθράκων.

Το παράδειγμα της Ευρώπης για επιτάχυνση της ενεργειακής μετάβασης ακολουθούν πλέον και άλλες χώρες στον πλανήτη, τη στιγμή που ο κορωνοϊός ξαναγράφει τους κανόνες του παιχνιδιού για τον κάθε τομέα…

25 10 2020 | 11:19

How the climate crisis is affecting wildfires around the world.

This year has seen wildfires of unprecedented scale, from California and the Amazon rainforest to remote corners of the Arctic. 

25 10 2020 | 11:03

Building Electrification: A Key to a Safe Climate Future.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is clear: in order to avoid the worst impacts of climate change, the world must dramatically reduce its carbon emissions and prevent global…

25 10 2020 | 10:54

Rewilding 30 per cent of world’s land would halt extinctions and ‘absorb half of CO2 emissions’, major study finds

30x30 goal ‘critical’ in preventing species loss and climate breakdown ‘spinning out of control’ Last month, political leaders from 64 countries around the world all pledged to “reverse biodiversity…

25 10 2020 | 10:34

Protect the Antarctic Peninsula — before it’s too late.

Banning fishing in warming coastal waters and limiting tourism and construction on land will help to protect marine mammals and seabirds.

24 10 2020 | 13:06

CO2 Emissions Caused Earth’s Largest Mass Extinction, Study Confirms.

The excess carbon dioxide emitted by human activity since the start of the industrial revolution has already raised the Earth's temperature by more than one degree Celsius, increased the risk of …

24 10 2020 | 12:40

Does New Zealand’s plan for a nation-sized battery hold water?

Parliamentary elections will be held in New Zealand tomorrow (October 17), with the Labour-led government headed by Jacinda Ardern, popular on the back of its widely-admired response to Covid-19,…

24 10 2020 | 12:38

China losing interest in Australian coal isn't about diplomacy – it's simply market dynamics.

We need to discuss how communities and workers in the coal sector will cope with China’s push for self-sufficiency. Australian politicians have been selling the “dream” of coal for years, but it’s a…

24 10 2020 | 12:17

Green recovery would cut global emissions by 7% and create millions of jobs.

If all major nations developed strong plans for a green recovery from Covid-19, global annual emissions would be 7% lower in 2030 than in 2019 and millions of new jobs would be created in sectors…

24 10 2020 | 12:17

Don’t delay fossil fuel exit, just make it work for workers and consumers, experts say.

Australia is transitioning to a clean energy economy, but it should not get distracted by the efforts of the incumbent fossil fuel industry to delay its ‘inevitable’ demise, a panel of energy…

24 10 2020 | 11:40

10 million snowblowers? Last-ditch ideas to save the Arctic ice.

Some of the solutions sound fantastical – but their proponents argue that there are precious few other options. Time is running out for the Arctic. The region continues to warm at two or three times…

24 10 2020 | 11:35

Gabby Greta talking climate change doll.

“HOW DARE YOU!  You sit there talking about economic growth when we are on the verge of mass extinction! I should be back in school across the ocean in Sweden playing with my “Adorable Adolf” doll.…

24 10 2020 | 11:34

Prizing localism and rejecting globalisation: Better for health, the environment and happiness?

deas of changing how we shop, eat and measure national success are catching on in Australia and elsewhere – inspired by one influential woman, writes Damien Cave  Helena Norberg-Hodge strolled into…

24 10 2020 | 11:06

Jacinda Ardern’s ‘Nuclear-Free Moment’: Here’s three things that would make it a reality.

New Zealanders have gone to the polls and decided to keep Jacinda Ardern at the helm for another three years. The Labour leader’s promise of kindness, hope and protecting nature has clearly mirrored…

23 10 2020 | 11:59

How the world’s biggest emitter could be carbon neutral by 2050.

Xi Jinping wants China to get to net-zero emissions. These researchers have a plan for that. On the virtual stage of the United Nations General Assembly in September, President Xi Jinping made a…