Samuel Webb

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10 05 2022 | 08:32

Tyre Extinguishers strike SUVs in Switzerland and Netherlands

Climate activists have let down tyres on luxury SUVs in the city of Zurich in Switzerland and in The Hague in the Netherlands. Tyre Extinguishers, a loose affiliation of direct action advocates that…

10 05 2022 | 07:55

Why are wetlands so important in the fight against climate change?

Wetlands are home to an abundance of animal and insect life and a vital part of the fight against climate change, yet they are disappearing at an alarming rate What is a wetland? According to…

10 05 2022 | 07:50

Why are Himalayan glaciers melting faster than ever?

Numerous researchers and scientists say the Himalayan glaciers are shrinking far more rapidly than glaciers in other parts of the world – a rate of loss some describe as “exceptional”.

02 04 2022 | 10:41

Smoke from Australia wildfires destroyed healing ozone layer

Smoke from major wildfires destroys the ozone layer, a study has warned.

29 01 2022 | 08:54

How and why are indigenous people are on the front line of the climate crisis?

Indigenous people throughout the world are disproportionately affected by the climate crisis, even when it comes to climate-related violence. A record number of activists working to protect the…

01 01 2022 | 13:10

Is bread bad for the environment?

Bread is a staple food and variations of the popular food item have appeared everywhere in the world, from Middle Eastern pita to Central American tortillas and Ethiopian injera. In the UK alone an…

01 01 2022 | 13:03

Germany ‘will miss two-year carbon targets’, admits climate minister

The country’s new environment head said: ‘We are starting with a drastic backlog’ Germany is likely to fail to hit its carbon emissions reduction targets in the coming two years, Economy and Climate…

26 12 2021 | 16:56

Cold realisation: How climate change glacier melt is revealing artefacts and scientific discoveries

As the ice recedes from climate change, historical marvels and natural phenomena have come to light The rapid melting of ice from glaciers and landmasses such as Greenland and Antarctica has…

26 12 2021 | 13:49

Last gasp bid to stop Shell’s seismic surveys in whale breeding grounds

Scientists say use of shock waves could have devastating impact on health of marine life Community groups are launching a last-chance bid to stop Shell using shockwaves in the Wild Coast of South…

30 11 2021 | 09:29

Why are poorer countries bearing the brunt of climate crisis?

Low-income nations are more exposed to environmental hazards and pollution and have a harder time recovering from the impacts of climate change, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate…

03 08 2021 | 10:23

Amount of ice which melted from Greenland on Tuesday ‘would cover Florida in two inches of water’

Greenland ice sheet contains enough water to raise global sea level by seven metres Scientists claim the ice that melted from Greenland on Tuesday would be enough to cover the US state of Florida in…