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02 05 2024 | 07:51

Nestlé adds more sugar to baby food in poorer countries, report finds

Nestlé adds more sugar to baby food sold in lower- and middle-income countries, while more affluent markets get healthier versions, according to a recent report released by a nonprofit group.

02 05 2024 | 07:46

New EU nature law will fail without farmers, scientists warn

The EU’s nature restoration law will only work if it is enacted in partnership with farmers, a group of leading scientists has said, after months of protests have pushed the proposals to the brink of…

02 05 2024 | 07:46

KENYA: organic waste will soon be collected using biodegradable bags

From 8 July 2024, organic waste, including food scraps, will have to be collected using 100% biodegradable bin bags in Kenya, rather than plastic bags. This is a directive issued on 8 April 2024 by…

02 05 2024 | 07:43

The worrying drop in global investment in off-grid solar energy

While off-grid solar power is seen as the ultimate solution for accelerating rural electrification in Africa, analysis of data from the Global Off-Grid Lighting Association (GOGLA) reveals that…

02 05 2024 | 07:40

Goodbye cod, hello herring: why putting a different fish on your dish will help the planet

In the first of a new series, we look at why people reject so much of the bountiful catches from our seas in favour of the same few species, mostly imported – and how to change that

02 05 2024 | 07:39

‘Outrageous’ climate activists get in the faces of politicians and oil bosses – will it work?

The head of ExxonMobil told to “eat shit” as he was about to receive an award. A US senator and coal boss called a “sick fuck”, almost sparking a brawl. Theatre shows interrupted. As the climate…

02 05 2024 | 07:36

‘Privileged access’: pro-plastic lobbyists at UN pollution talks increase by a third

The number of fossil fuel and petrochemical industry lobbyists has increased by more than a third at UN talks to agree the first global treaty to cut plastic pollution, analysis shows.

02 05 2024 | 07:32

The Guardian view on globalisation’s discontent: it’s not right for poor countries to fund the rich

Developing nations have long complained that globalisation has enthroned western currencies in such a way as to subsidise living standards in the rich world.

02 05 2024 | 07:31

MEPs vote to leave treaty used by investors to sue over climate policies

European lawmakers have voted to escape a treaty that lets investors sue governments in private courts for pursuing policies that stop the planet from heating. Fossil fuel companies have used the…

02 05 2024 | 07:29

The Guardian view on the Sahel and its crises: the west can still make a difference

Two apparently separate developments in the Sahel are linked by more than geography. Last week, the US confirmed that it will withdraw more than 1,000 troops from Niger after the military junta…

02 05 2024 | 07:22

Ministers of Germany, Brazil, South Africa and Spain: why we need a global tax on billionaires

When the governors of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund convened for the spring meetings last week, it was all about the really big questions. What can the international community do…

02 05 2024 | 07:22

Survey finds that 60 firms are responsible for half of world’s plastic pollution

Fewer than 60 multinationals are responsible for more than half of the world’s plastic pollution, with six responsible for a quarter of that, based on the findings of a piece of research published on…

02 05 2024 | 07:16

US seeing rise in climate-related power outages, report says

Power outages in the US are rising, as climate-related extreme weather strain an already burdened energy grid. Over the last decade, severe storm outages increased by 74% compared with the previous…

02 05 2024 | 07:02

Burst dam in Kenya pushes flood death toll past 120

More than 40 people have been killed in Kenya after a dam burst, pushing the death toll from devastating floods to more than 120.

02 05 2024 | 06:16

Birdsong once signalled the onset of spring on my street – but not this year

‘What might be done?’ Extinction Rebellion climate activists wear aprons bearing facts about bird decline during a protest on the sidelines of the Cop26 UN climate summit in Glasgow, November 2021.…

02 05 2024 | 06:04

Plant apocalypse: how new diseases are destroying EU trees and crops

An ancient tree killed by Xylella fastidiosa in Puglia.Photograph: Agostino Petroni/The Guardian From ancient olive groves to root vegetables, foreign pests introduced via the bloc’s open import…

02 05 2024 | 05:59

Doctors condemn suspension of retired GP over UK climate protests

Doctors groups are calling for urgent consideration of the rules for medical professionals who take peaceful direct action on the climate crisis, which they say is the “greatest threat to global…

02 05 2024 | 05:45

Can renewables ease Africa’s energy access crisis?

Three journalists take a look at the obstacles – and benefits – to attaining universal energy access in Sub-Saharan Africa Across Sub-Saharan Africa, countries are struggling to achieve universal…