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28 02 2020 | 06:54

'Unprecedented' globally: more than 20% of Australia's forests burnt in bushfires.

Researchers’ figure contrasts starkly with proportion of forest burned over such a period on any other continent More than 20% of Australia’s forests burned during the summer’s bushfire catastrophe…

27 02 2020 | 07:49

UNDP Photo Essay - Cultivating Resilience in Costa Rica.

LIFE LESSONS Cultivating resilience in Costa Rica

27 02 2020 | 07:44

Renewables industry has wind in its sails.

With generation records tumbling and a State support scheme on the way, wind power's time has arrived. As Storm Ciara was bearing down menacingly on Ireland two weeks ago, not everyone on the island…

27 02 2020 | 07:39

Accountants urged to help firms worldwide combat climate crisis.

ICAEW and other industry groups want climate risk to be integrated into company audits The world’s accountants must put the climate crisis at the forefront of their work to spur global companies to…

27 02 2020 | 07:39

Africa at risk.

African nations are among the most vulnerable to climate change, with ever

27 02 2020 | 07:37

Trump made nearly 500 false or misleading claims about the environment while in office.

The United States has the cleanest air. The Green New Deal will cost a 15-figure fortune. And Paris has been suffering for the climate agreement that bears its name. Those are just some of the many…

27 02 2020 | 07:36

Qatar Stars League plans to take sports to new horizons through carbon neutrality with GORD.

Boosting collective efforts to achieve sustainable development, Qatar Stars League (QSL) and Gulf Organisation for Research & Development (GORD) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on…

27 02 2020 | 07:34

Dangerous to move too fast on climate change, colossal fossil warns.

With a bushfire calamity devastating Australia, the world’s “riskiest” and “most dangerous” glacier melting at an accelerating rate, and assorted other climate impacts worsening around the world, the…

27 02 2020 | 07:31

Could the Sahara turn Africa into a solar superpower?

If all the sunshine hitting the Sahara was converted into energy, enough electricity would be produced to power Europe 7,000 times over. But solar panels reflect less heat back into space compared…

27 02 2020 | 07:30

High-Level Climate Champions to Drive Action at Africa Climate Week in Kampala.

UN Climate Change News – Nigel Topping and Gonzalo Muñoz - the High-Level Champions for Climate Action of the COP26 and COP25 Presidencies respectively - have confirmed their participation for Africa…

27 02 2020 | 07:28

Device inspired by mangroves could help clear up flood water.

Researchers say their synthetic system reproduces tree’s ability to desalinate water A novel approach to removing salt from water, inspired by mangrove trees, has been revealed by researchers who…

27 02 2020 | 07:22

Corruption Perceptions Index 2019.

We just released our latest Corruption Perceptions Index(CPI) and the results for most countries are disappointing…

27 02 2020 | 07:07

How lake gases are powering homes in Rwanda.

Lake Kivu in Rwanda contains 300 billion cubic metres of carbon dioxide and 60 billion cubic metres of methane. The gases are now being removed from the lake through the KivaWatt project with the…

27 02 2020 | 07:03

The economic cost of South Africa's rolling blackouts.

Electricity blackouts in South Africa not only leave millions in the dark, they cost companies millions of dollars in lost business. Electricity blackouts in South Africa not only leave millions in…

27 02 2020 | 06:58

Heathrow pledges to become zero carbon airport by 2030.

Heathrow announces plans to be carbon neutral by 2030 to support the UK’s net zero target. Heathrow has announced plans to become carbon neutral, for its infrastructure, and to target zero carbon by…

27 02 2020 | 06:43

With every flood, public anger over the climate crisis is surging.

The fossil-fuel companies know they’ll face increased social stigma unless they change Sometimes it has felt as if the rain might never stop.

27 02 2020 | 06:41

'Greta effect' boosting demand for climate change careers, RSC claims.

Survey comes alongside separate research showing surge in support for UK's net zero target Greta Thunberg may not be a scientist herself, but her passionate calls for world leaders to "listen to the…

26 02 2020 | 09:11

JP Morgan economists warn climate crisis is threat to human race.

Leaked report for world’s major fossil fuel financier says Earth is on unsustainable trajectory The world’s largest financier of fossil fuels has warned clients that the climate crisis threatens…

24 02 2020 | 05:58

If we want to adress climate change, we could use the help of the military.

In adittion to being a major polluter itself, the military could help reduce climate change denial.