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08 12 2021 | 08:02

Antarctic visitors threaten world’s largest remaining wilderness

Visitors bring in foreign species that colonise ground exposed by rapidly melting glaciers

08 12 2021 | 07:56

From Siberia to US west, wildfires spewed record carbon emissions this year

Climate crisis fanned intense blazes that emitted 1.76bn tonnes of carbon globally in 2021, says EU’s monitoring service Wildfires produced a record amount of carbon emissions in parts of Siberia,…

08 12 2021 | 07:52

Super-rich increase their share of world's income

The share of wealth owned by the world's richest people soared during the Covid pandemic, a major study on inequality has found.

07 12 2021 | 09:33

A powerful and underappreciated ally in the climate crisis? Fungi

Mycorrhizal fungal networks are a major global carbon sink. When we destroy them, we sabotage our efforts to limit global heating If we want to tackle the climate crisis, we need to address a…

07 12 2021 | 09:21

Fashion must stick to climate pledges to prevent waste crisis, says UK economist

Dame Vivian Hunt warns of overproduction at summit attended by Tommy Hilfiger and Kris Jenner The fashion industry is facing a waste and overproduction crisis if it continues on its current…

07 12 2021 | 08:41

Why climate-change gardening means breaking all the rules

Manage your soil and your planting with global heating in mind and you’ll not only save time and effort, but have a healthier plot

06 12 2021 | 10:57

Indonesia volcano: Volcano rescuers face ash as high as rooftops

Rescuers in Indonesia are searching for survivors in villages buried by hot ash, after Mt Semeru on Java island erupted on Saturday.  (VIDEO)

06 12 2021 | 09:28

Woodside’s new Western Australian gas project ‘a bet against’ global 1.5C goal, report finds

Climate Analytics says Scarborough project’s emissions expected to be 1.37bn tonnes of CO2, which would slow push to reach net zero Energy giant Woodside and Australian governments are betting…

06 12 2021 | 09:17

California will name and categorise heatwaves – should Australia follow suit?

Heatwaves kill more people in Australia than all other natural disasters combined, and some experts believe naming them might help reduce deaths California has become the latest jurisdictions to…

06 12 2021 | 09:14

‘No easy fix’: polar bear capital of the world turns to electric buggies to save the bears

The move comes as Churchill, Canada, remained ice free for the first time in years, resulting in less feeding time for its population of polar bears When tourists reach the north Canadian community…

06 12 2021 | 09:10

Why some of your favorite podcasts are filled with oil company ads

Exxon and other fossil fuel companies are running podcast ads that suggest they are taking aggressive climate action. Climate experts call them greenwashing If you’re a regular listener of the New…

06 12 2021 | 09:06

COP26: UK 'nowhere near' meeting targets agreed at Glasgow climate summit

The UK is "nowhere near" meeting emissions targets enshrined at the Glasgow climate summit, official advisers have warned. The Climate Change Committee (CCC) says that, at current rates, the UK…

06 12 2021 | 09:02

Adding substance to Vietnam’s climate commitments 3 December 2021

In his speech at 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Vietnam’s Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh announced that the country would aim for…

06 12 2021 | 09:00

Chalk paint and police raids: why climate activists are under fire

Heavy police tactics, punitive bail conditions, private lawsuits and anti-protest laws are being used to silence dissent, human rights advocates say As protesters obstructed coal trains bound for…

06 12 2021 | 08:58

Biomass energy brings clean electricity to remote Indonesian islands

Land, livelihoods and climate to benefit, experts say Indonesia is an energy-rich country, but electricity poor, a situation that Jaya Wahono is determined to change. As director of Clean Power…

06 12 2021 | 08:52

India, Indonesia and Philippines join coal transition programme

India, Indonesia and the Philippines will join South Africa as the first recipients of a multibillion dollar pilot programme aimed at accelerating their transition from coal power to clean energy,…

06 12 2021 | 08:50

‘Just sitting there dead’: study finds mass tree losses in NSW after severe drought

Even species ‘superbly adapted’ for Australia’s harsh conditions suffered, with up to 60% of trees dying in some areas Secret document urges native logging halt in NSW regions hit hard by black…

06 12 2021 | 08:48

Indonesia’s largest mining firm may drop coal for gas

Pushed by its American shareholders, banks and mounting climate change pressures, Indonesia’s largest mining company is actively studying a plan to switch from coal to natural gas to power its…

06 12 2021 | 08:45

Nova Innovation to conduct study in Indonesia

Nova Innovation has won funding that could deliver the first ever tidal turbine array in Indonesia. Innovate UK has awarded £200 000 to Nova’s Feasibility of Larantuka and Indonesian Tidal Energy (…

06 12 2021 | 08:37

Be reassured: the world is not as divided as we might think

Beneath the public discord about BLM, the climate and feminism, there is surprising consensus about how the world should be