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23 12 2022 | 13:40

Anthony Albanese’s latest plan to subsidise foreign coal and gas companies is just absurd

Fossil fuel subsidies are a stupid idea. We aren’t so much decarbonising our economy as turbocharging its carbon intensity

23 12 2022 | 13:35

Nuclear fusion ‘holy grail’ is not the answer to our energy prayers

Dr Mark Diesendorf questions the claim that nuclear fusion is safe and clean, while Dr Chris Cragg suspects true fusion power is a long way off. Plus letters from Dick Willis and Martin O’Donovan

23 12 2022 | 13:26

Return of the rhino: can we bring the northern white back from extinction?

An enthralling project to save the northern white rhino is raising challenging questions as scientists debate the ethics of de-extinction

23 12 2022 | 13:19

Power to the people: the neighbours turning their London street into a solar power station

Lynmouth Road, Walthamstow, is about to become its own power station, with solar energy for 30 homes. Now the artists responsible want us all to change how we heat our homes

23 12 2022 | 13:15

Cop15: key points of the nature deal at a glance

Main points of the historic agreement signed in Montreal to halt the destruction of Earth’s ecosystems

23 12 2022 | 13:11

Climate goal of 1.5C is ‘gasping for breath’, says UN head

António Guterres announces a climate ambition summit to confront ‘existential threat’ facing the planet The goal of limiting global heating to 1.5C is “gasping for breath”, the UN secretary general…

23 12 2022 | 13:07

Cop15: historic deal struck to halt biodiversity loss by 2030

Agreement on ’30 by 30’ target forced through by Chinese president, ignoring objections from African states Cop15: key points of the nature deal at a glance

23 12 2022 | 13:02

Eight batteries to be built around Australia to increase renewable energy storage capacity

Energy minister Chris Bowen says the batteries – shared between four states – will increase capacity tenfold to help stabilise the grid Eight large batteries to store renewable energy will be built…

23 12 2022 | 11:22

The 19th-century engineer who was ahead of his time on wind power

James Blyth invented a windmill in 1887 that generated electricity to light his Scottish holiday cottage

23 12 2022 | 11:18

We need more honesty on nuclear power’s long legacy of hazardous waste

Tom Smith, William Walker and Neil Smith respond to Samanth Subramanian’s long read on the enormous task of dismantling Sellafield

23 12 2022 | 11:15

EU’s emissions continue to fall despite return to coal

November statistics show fear EU regressing on climate commitments because of war in Ukraine is unfounded Returning to coal-fired power generation in some parts of Europe has not prevented strong…

23 12 2022 | 11:11

Deaths of thousands of wild birds from avian flu is ‘new Silent Spring’

Expert warns impact of H5N1 virus across the world is on a scale akin to the devastation wreaked by the use of DDT pesticides in the 1950s and 1960s The planet is experiencing a new “Silent Spring…

23 12 2022 | 11:07

Target date for cleaning up waterways in England is moved back by 36 years

Environment Agency under fire for extending schedule for tackling pollution in rivers, lakes and coastal waters to 2063 Targets to clean up the majority of England’s rivers, lakes and coastal…

23 12 2022 | 11:02

A newborn held aloft in Pakistan sums up the sheer injustice of the climate crisis

My brother organised a medical camp after the summer’s deadly floods – a disaster caused by powerful nations

23 12 2022 | 10:58

Emperor penguin at risk of extinction, along with two-thirds of native Antarctic species, research shows

International study projects up to 80% of emperor penguin colonies will be ‘quasi-extinct’ by 2100

23 12 2022 | 10:34

Clive Palmer’s coal company seeks to overturn ruling that Queensland mine will harm future generations

Waratah Coal lodges application to overturn recommendation that lease and approvals be refused

23 12 2022 | 10:28

Drama, dismay, triumph: nailbiting climax to the world’s biodiversity deal

Long years of complex negotiations led up to one critical moment for the planet at Cop15 in Montreal this week. For a time, it seemed all was lost. Here’s what happened next…

23 12 2022 | 10:24

Historic heat to extreme chill: why is the US experiencing a cold snap?

Blistering cold events are becoming more stark and pose a threat not only to humans but to entire ecosystems The extreme cold settling over the US this week will be biting, as a blast of arctic air…

22 12 2022 | 11:35

US college biology textbooks failing to address climate crisis, study says

Coverage of climate crisis solutions is slim in textbooks, with many references moving to the back pages US college-level biology textbooks miss the mark on offering solutions to the climate crisis…

22 12 2022 | 11:32

Big oil is behind conspiracy to deceive public, first climate racketeering lawsuit says

Lawyer in a civil lawsuit launched by towns in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico describes why it is using laws used to target mob bosses The same racketeering legislation used to bring down mob bosses,…