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18 05 2024 | 23:08

Brazil floods: 'We've never experienced anything like it'

People in southern Brazil have described the unprecedented devastation wreaked by flooding and overflowing rivers which have left swathes of the area under water. The floods are the worst natural…

18 05 2024 | 23:03

Communities in Kenya fight carbon project that sold credits to Meta, Netflix

  The Scoop NAIROBI — Members of Kenya’s Maasai pastoralist community are clashing with managers of a major carbon project, raising new concerns that international demand for carbon credits…

18 05 2024 | 22:59

Climate change: 'Uncharted territory' fears after record hot March

Climate change could move "into uncharted territory" if temperatures don't fall by the end of the year, a leading scientist has told the BBC. The warning came as data showed last month was the world'…

18 05 2024 | 22:55

Italian oil company intends to harness Kenyan waste materials

An Italian firm is looking to harness Kenya’s biogas. The company intends to establish a biogas facility that will use trash dumps from five large landfills across the country to generate energy for…

18 05 2024 | 22:43

The sanctuaries trying to save birds of prey from extinction in Kenya

Simon Thomsett tentatively removes a pink bandage from the wing of an injured bateleur, a short-tailed eagle from the African savannah, where birds of prey are increasingly at risk of extinction. “…

18 05 2024 | 22:37

Hurricanes, heatwaves and rising seas: The impacts of record ocean heat

Record ocean temperatures suggest the seas are warming faster than expected, and the impacts will be felt from polar ice shelves to coastal cities across the globe.

18 05 2024 | 22:33

Australia backs gas beyond 2050 despite climate fears

Australia has announced it will ramp up its extraction and use of gas until "2050 and beyond", despite global calls to phase out fossil fuels. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's government says the…

18 05 2024 | 22:29

Venezuela may be first nation to lose all its glaciers

Venezuela may be the first nation in modern history to lose all its glaciers after climate scientists downgraded its last one to an ice field.

18 05 2024 | 22:19

World’s record-breaking temperature streak extends through April

BRUSSELS, May 8 (Reuters) - The world just experienced its hottest April on record, extending an 11-month streak in which every month set a temperature record, the European Union's climate change…

18 05 2024 | 22:14

Greta Thunberg fined for disobeying police at climate protest

Greta Thunberg has been found guilty by a Swedish court of disobeying police orders during an environmental protest in March. Speaking after the hearing on Wednesday, the climate activist described…

18 05 2024 | 10:59

‘Hopeless and broken’: why the world’s top climate scientists are in despair

Sometimes it is almost impossible not to feel hopeless and broken,” says the climate scientist Ruth Cerezo-Mota. “After all the flooding, fires, and droughts of the last three years worldwide, all…

18 05 2024 | 10:58

New Liberia forest boss plans to increase exports, denies working with war criminal

Liberia, West Africa's most forested country, has a long history of illegal logging, which the country's regulator, the Forestry Development Authority, has repeatedly struggled to confront. So, it…

18 05 2024 | 10:43

Brookfield, Microsoft Sign Massive 10.5-GW Power Purchase Agreement

Toronto-based Brookfield Asset Management will deliver 10.5 gigawatts of new renewable energy capacity to help power tech giant Microsoft’s data centres in the United States and Europe, in what news…

18 05 2024 | 10:38

One CCS Project Cancelled, Another One Failing as Industry Navigates Very Bad Week

Canada’s sputtering carbon capture and storage (CCS) industry sustained two serious setbacks in less than 48 hours this week, with one major project cancelled and a second subject to scathing…

18 05 2024 | 10:36

Climate Finance Delays Could Produce Devastating 3°C Future, WoodMac Warns

This story includes details on the impacts of climate change that may be difficult for some readers. If you are feeling overwhelmed by this crisis situation here is a list of resources on how to cope…

18 05 2024 | 10:25

‘Blood minerals’: What are the hidden costs of the EU-Rwanda supply deal?

As the green revolution revs up, the European Union has signed a deal with Rwanda that will ensure a supply of precious minerals needed to build clean tech like solar panels and electric vehicles.…

18 05 2024 | 10:25

Kenya: Climate crisis has reached catastrophic levels, says CS Tuya

In Summary Tuya announced a government plan to unveil a revitalised tree growing programme after the heavy rainfall subsides. The CS urged Kenyans to plant trees in honour of who lost lives to…

18 05 2024 | 10:23

Rapidly rising levels of TFA ‘forever chemical’ alarm experts

Rapidly rising levels of TFA, a class of “forever chemical” thought to damage fertility and child development, are being found in drinking water, blood and rain, causing alarm among experts. TFA, or…

18 05 2024 | 10:20

PFAS increase likelihood of death by cardiovascular disease, study shows

For the first time, researchers have formally shown that exposure to toxic PFAS increases the likelihood of death by cardiovascular disease, adding a new level of concern to the controversial…