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23 01 2023 | 19:39

UN boss to Davos: You’re the problem

António Guterres warns that the race to increase fossil fuel production is ‘inconsistent with human survival.’ Davos likes to think of itself as the solution for the world's woes, but António…

20 01 2023 | 11:00

Exxon’s predictions about the climate crisis may have increased its legal peril

Several US states say news that Exxon scientists predicted global heating accurately strengthens their lawsuits against company Further revelations of the extent of Exxon’s historical knowledge of…

20 01 2023 | 10:57

‘Super-tipping points’ could trigger cascade of climate action

Small interventions on electric cars and plant-based meat could unlock rapid emissions cuts, say experts Three “super-tipping points” for climate action could trigger a cascade of decarbonisation…

20 01 2023 | 10:52

King Charles grants us a windfall from wind: now it is crucial we question ownership of the seabed

A monarchy ‘gift’ to the Treasury should not detract from the anachronistic convention of crown estate rights over land and sea

20 01 2023 | 10:45

‘Ridiculous’: Greta Thunberg blasts decision to let UAE oil boss chair climate talks

Climate activist at Davos says lobbyists have been influencing conferences ‘since forever’ Four years after taking the World Economic Forum by storm, Greta Thunberg returned to Davos on Thursday to…

20 01 2023 | 10:28

Shell to spend $450m on carbon offsetting as fears grow that credits may be worthless

British multinational to spend huge sums on schemes that do not bring genuine carbon reductions, analysis shows

20 01 2023 | 10:22

Today, California is hammered by extreme weather. Tomorrow, it could be your area

Even if disasters feel far away, we all live in the same planetary neighborhood. Can we unite in our response to the crisis?

20 01 2023 | 10:19

Expanding electric vehicle charging network requires more government funding, advocates say

‘It covers most of Australia but lots of locations only have one or two chargers,’ BP Pulse business development manager says, as others call for greater public spending to reduce queues Electric…

20 01 2023 | 10:13

Lost for words: fears of ‘catastrophic’ language loss due to rising seas

Climate crisis could be the ‘nail in the coffin’ for half of languages spoken by the end of the century, say linguists, as coastal communities are forced to migrate

20 01 2023 | 10:08

Extreme heat could put 40% of land vertebrates in peril by end of century

Study shows ‘disastrous consequences for wildlife’ if human-caused emissions push global temperatures up 4.4C More than 40% of land vertebrates will be threatened by extreme heat by the end of the…

20 01 2023 | 10:03

‘We need trees’: green vision struggles to take root in Europe’s cities

Planners want to plant trees to tackle climate crisis but often face a hostile urban environment From Madrid to Berlin and Paris to Budapest, scientists and planners agree, trees, trees and yet…

20 01 2023 | 09:53

Revealed: more than 90% of rainforest carbon offsets by biggest provider are worthless, analysis shows

Investigation into Verra carbon standard finds most are ‘phantom credits’ and may worsen global heating The forest carbon offsets approved by the world’s leading provider and used by Disney, Shell…

20 01 2023 | 09:49

John Kerry backs UAE appointment of oil chief to oversee UN climate talks

US climate envoy says pick is a ‘terrific choice’ but activists equate pick to asking ‘arms dealers to lead peace talks’ US climate envoy John Kerry backs the United Arab Emirates’ decision to…

20 01 2023 | 09:45

Warning of unprecedented heatwaves as El Niño set to return in 2023

Scientists say phenomenon coupled with growing climate crisis likely to push global temperatures ‘off the chart’ The return of the El Niño climate phenomenon later this year will cause global…

20 01 2023 | 09:29

Outlook? Terrifying: TV weather presenters on the hell and horror of the climate crisis

What is it like to have a front row seat for the worst show in the world? Four meteorologists describe how they are explaining the reality to viewers – and coping with it themselves

20 01 2023 | 09:18

New measures to silence climate activists? They’ll only spur us on

The UK government plans to give police even more power to lock us up. But it won’t stop us: this is about humanity’s future

20 01 2023 | 09:02

Atmospheric dust may have hidden true extent of global heating

Material from dry landscapes has surged since the 1800s, possibly helping to cool the planet for decades Dust that billows up from desert storms and arid landscapes has helped cool the planet for…

20 01 2023 | 08:51

‘Born into a time of chaos’: how being pregnant amid a climate disaster can affect children

Study suggests children who were in the womb during Superstorm Sandy are more likely to have behavior disorders

20 01 2023 | 08:46

Greenwashing or a net zero necessity? Climate scientists on carbon offsetting

Carbon offsets can help achieve emissions goals, some experts argue, while others say they are actively dangerous To offset or not to offset? We asked three prominent climate scientists what they…

20 01 2023 | 08:42

Extinction Rebellion activists pour black paint outside Gove’s office

Protest held over levelling up secretary’s decision to approve new coalmine in Cumbria Extinction Rebellion activists have chained themselves together at the entrance of the Department for…