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22 03 2021 | 08:26

Is this the end of forests as we've known them?

Trees lost to drought and wildfires are not returning. Climate change is taking a toll on the world’s forests - and radically changing the environment before our eyes by Alastair Gee

20 03 2021 | 15:06

The planet cannot survive our remorseless pursuit of profit

Oil companies knew 50 years ago the huge damage they were doing. Their motive to ignore it is the same now as it was then Capitalism is on a collision course with human life and the future of our…

19 03 2021 | 13:28

FRIDAYS FOR FUTURE: Climate Strikers Mobilise Globally To Demand #NoMoreEmptyPromises

Videos and photos of strikes across the world will be available in this link:

18 03 2021 | 11:34

REN21: Cities can change the game in the fight against emissions and air pollution. Fossil fuel bans jump fivefold in 2020.

The pandemic has thrown into stark relief the global battle of cities for cleaner air and a better future. The 2021 edition of REN21’s Renewables in Cities Global Status Report, the only stocktaking…

18 03 2021 | 10:57

Clean Electricity Needs Different Transmission System.

Historically, vertically integrated utilities, whether publicly or privately owned, invested in transmission lines to connect their large thermal power plants to major load centers.

18 03 2021 | 10:53

Native Energy : Producing biofuels in Kenya

According to Maslow hierarchy of needs, food is part of the very basic needs.  However, preparing the said food in most parts of Africa becomes expensive financially and socially especially in Kenya…

18 03 2021 | 10:48

In Brussels, green still means white.

The EU bubble has a whiteness problem – and the green sector is complicit, write Chloé Mikolajczak and Marianna Tuokkola. Chloé Mikolajczak and Marianna Tuokkola are authors of The Burning Case, a…

18 03 2021 | 10:29

UN launches new campaign, Only Together, to support global vaccine equity call.

11 March, New York -- The United Nations today launched a new global campaign, Only Together, to support its call for fair and equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines around the world. The campaign…

18 03 2021 | 10:24

Study reveals the climate footprint of the food sector. And it’s a lot

Our food habits are largely unsustainable. From its production to its consumption, the food we eat is one of the biggest contributors to the climate crisis, a new study has shown. Researchers in…

18 03 2021 | 10:09

A 5,000-mile living wall could hold back the world's largest desert.

The world's largest desert is growing. In the last century, the Sahara Desert expanded by more than 10%, now covering an area of more than 3.3 million square miles (8.6 million square kilometers) and…

18 03 2021 | 09:03

Chris Packham: ‘We’re in deep s***. We need science more than ever’.

  Exclusive: Naturalist and TV presenter’s latest programme Animal Einsteins explores species’ intelligence and holds a critical mirror up to our own kind at a crucial moment in time, writes Harry…

18 03 2021 | 08:52

Climate crisis altering the flow of rivers worldwide, study suggests

Scientists have detected the ‘fingerprint’ of the climate crisis on increasing river flows in some regions and decreasing river flows in others. The climate crisis is altering the flow of rivers …

17 03 2021 | 10:29

Climate injustice adds more inequalities

“We have collectively failed to engage with Nature sustainably”, “Our unsustainable engagement with Nature is endangering the prosperity of current and future generations”.

16 03 2021 | 14:13

Ugandan youth activist stuns Berlin energy transition event.

Vanessa Nakate shocked organisers of the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue by delivering a speech highlighting how she and a fellow youth activist had to submit their presentations for approval in…

15 03 2021 | 11:32

Water Warning: The Looming Threat of the World’s Aging Dams.

Tens of thousands of large dams across the globe are reaching the end of their expected lifespans, leading to a dramatic rise in failures and collapses, a new UN study finds. These deteriorating…

15 03 2021 | 11:22

There’s a big hidden ecological footprint in going zero carbon – and a solution

If we only keep our eye on the ball of reducing carbon, we will be missing another growing problem that may yet come to haunt us.  Solar photovoltaics, wind power, EVs and batteries… It turns out…

15 03 2021 | 11:20

China cuts ‘carbon intensity’ by almost 20 per cent over past five years, report says.

President Xi Jinping has pledged to cap carbon emissions by 2030 and to reach the carbon neutrality by 2060. China, the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, succeeded in lowering “carbon…

15 03 2021 | 11:15

UNFCCC: Climate commitments ‘not on track’ to meet Pairs Agreement Goals.

The UNFCCC has published the Initial NDC Synthesis Report, showing nations must redouble efforts and submit stronger, more ambitious national climate action plans in 2021 if they’re to achieve the …

15 03 2021 | 11:12

Breaking: powering past coal alliance urges faster phaseout while co-founders allow new coal mines

The global Powering Past Coal Alliance is taking sharp criticism from both sides of the Atlantic this week, with delegates gathering for a three-day online summit while the PPCA’s two founders and co…

15 03 2021 | 11:10

Food systems are responsible for a third of global anthropogenic GHG emissions

Abstract We have developed a new global food emissions database (EDGAR-FOOD) estimating greenhouse gas (GHG; CO2, CH4, N2O, fluorinated gases) emissions for the years 1990–2015, building on the…