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16 01 2022 | 16:24

‘Very hard life now’: 12 years after the Montara oil spill, Indonesians are still fighting to be heard

The spill in the Timor Sea was one of Australia’s worst environmental disasters, with thousands of seaweed farmers claiming it destroyed their livelihoods The oil came without warning. One morning…

16 01 2022 | 16:18

Protein from gorse bushes could feed millions of people, says expert

Invasive prickly plant is widely cleared in Scotland and has been used as animal fodder in the past The gorse bushes that have invaded many Scottish landscapes could produce enough protein to feed…

16 01 2022 | 16:09

Climate crisis increasing risk of premature birth and childhood illness

Climate hazards – including rising temperature, pollution and wildfires – are increasing the risk of pre-term birth. Rising temperatures around the world as a result of climate change are having a…

16 01 2022 | 16:02

Will 2022 be the year sustainable travel goes mainstream?

From flight-free holiday companies to carbon labelling, travel looks set to get greener in the year ahead 2020 was predicted to be the big year – the year that “sustainable” went mainstream. After…

16 01 2022 | 15:57

How sustainability made the royals relevant again in 2021

From recycling outfits to commenting on the climate crisis, has the royal family finally found a way to connect with the younger generations? When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex got married on that…

16 01 2022 | 15:51

Cornwall Council apology over climate change policy failure

Officers at Cornwall Council have apologised for not implementing an environmental decision-making policy while assessing plans for a new air service between Newquay and London.

16 01 2022 | 14:00

The Met Office warns of armed militias roaming a UK ravaged by climate change in doomsday report (but maybe they should get this week's weather right first!)

The Government-funded UK Climate Resilience Progamme issued the report  Researchers considered what would happen in the event of climate change  The report predicts the collapse of law and order in…

16 01 2022 | 13:50

The solution to climate change will be people-powered. Here's why

To convince people to act, we need to show - not tell - them that there is a better way to do things. Companies can lead the way and start to restore public trust by taking visible, meaningful…

16 01 2022 | 13:30

A climate hawk's modest wish list for 2022

I’ve come to accept three truths: Every year for the rest of my life will be the most important year for climate action.

16 01 2022 | 13:26

Doubling down on climate delivery in 2022

In 2022 the CCC will enter its 15th year. This website lists 325 separate publications since our establishment, a huge library of insights. It’s interesting to browse the titles to get a sense of how…

16 01 2022 | 12:01

Waste reduction: 'Refill just one bottle and cut plastic use'

With the start of the new year, people are being urged to make a new habit to help the planet - to refill "just one bottle". But what does that mean and how can you do it?

16 01 2022 | 11:44

3 imperatives to accelerate the world's sustainable recovery

There is a unique opportunity to shape a sustainable future. Time is running out; we need to accelerate action on every front. Technology, skills development and global cooperation are paramount…

16 01 2022 | 11:34

Nature doing heavy lifting to slow carbon-dioxide rise

The rate carbon-dioxide is being added to the atmosphere needs to slow by around 20% over the next five-year period if global warming is to be limited to 1.5°C, says the Met Office in its annual CO2…

16 01 2022 | 11:27

As carbon emissions rebound after COVID-19 dip, talk of building back better may ring hollow

Pandemic-induced lockdowns slashed global CO2 emissions, bringing about signs of environmental recovery. However, as economic activity resumed in 2021, emission levels grew, says NTU’s Benjamin…

16 01 2022 | 11:20

EU budget offers debt loophole to battle climate change

Policymakers are trying to turn the economy green while keeping EU finances in check.

16 01 2022 | 11:17

Egypt, UK affirm joint commitment to accelerate fight against climate change ahead of COP27

CAIRO – 15 January 2021: Egypt and the United Kingdom have affirmed their joint commitment to accelerate the fight against climate change as COP26 President Alok Sharma met on Saturday with Egypt’s…

16 01 2022 | 11:03

EU loses an eye in the sky on climate change

The Sentinel satellite gives researchers the ability to closely track floods, oil spills and deforestation. One of Earth’s most important satellites for observing disasters, climate change and…

16 01 2022 | 10:53

Retired weather service head talks extreme weather, climate change and, yes, 'Sharpiegate'

For as long as he can remember, Louis Uccellini wanted to be a meteorologist. To ultimately have the opportunity to direct the National Weather Service for nine years was far beyond those boyish…

16 01 2022 | 10:10

How the Refrigerator Became an Agent of Climate Catastrophe

The evolution of cooling technology helps to explain why supposed solutions to global warming have only made the situation worse.

16 01 2022 | 09:46

In hot water: Ocean warming hits another record high on climate change.

A new study has found that, for the sixth year in a row, the world’s oceans have been hotter than they’ve ever been in recent history due to human-induced climate change. The research team found…