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28 09 2022 | 16:55

Govt focusing on breakthroughs to tackle climate change: minister

Indonesia has conceived a strategy to implement NDCs (nationally determined contributions)  

28 09 2022 | 16:55

Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt

NAIN, Newfoundland : Rex Holwell has spent his life on the sea ice that forms each winter off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador in eastern Canada. Like other Inuit, he learned to hunt seals…

28 09 2022 | 16:39

US climate vows inane for Pacific Island states

That US President Joe Biden is hosting the first-ever US-Pacific Island Country summit on Wednesday and Thursday shows Washington is desperate to strengthen relations with the Pacific Island…

28 09 2022 | 16:33

Global protests demand climate change compensation ahead of COP27

BRUSSELS: Young activists rallied for climate action on Friday (Sep 23), staging protests from New Zealand and Japan to Germany and the Democratic Republic of Congo to demand that rich countries pay…

28 09 2022 | 16:25

Climate change at 'point of no return': Jane Goodall

LOS ANGELES: Earth's climate is changing so quickly that humanity is running out of chances to fix it, primatologist Jane Goodall has warned in an interview. Goodall, a grandee of environmentalism…

28 09 2022 | 15:46

Earth is under threat, yet you would scarcely know it

Unlike most of the media, the Guardian resists political or commercial influence in order to keep the climate crisis front and centre  

28 09 2022 | 15:39

Climate campaigner ejected from Labour event sponsored by Drax power plant firm

Activists interrupt party conference debate to criticise company’s wood-burning biomass operations An environmental campaigner has been ejected from an event sponsored by the power station operator…

28 09 2022 | 15:28

Huge expansion of oil pipelines endangering climate, says report

More than 24,000km of pipelines planned around world, showing ‘an almost deliberate failure to meet climate goals’ More than 24,000km of new oil pipelines are under development around the world, a…

28 09 2022 | 15:10

Revealed: 5,000 empty ‘ghost flights’ in UK since 2019, data shows

Exclusive: A further 35,000 flights have operated almost empty, with climate campaigners calling the revelations ‘shocking’ More than 5,000 completely empty passenger flights have flown to or from…

28 09 2022 | 14:31

Fossil fuel recruiters banned from UK university careers service

Exclusive: Birkbeck, University of London, is first institution to blacklist firms ‘most responsible for destroying the planet’

26 09 2022 | 09:21

Ghost islands of the Arctic: The world’s ‘northern-most island’ isn’t the first to be erased from the map

In 2021, an expedition off the icy northern Greenland coast spotted what appeared to be a previously uncharted island. It was small and gravelly, and it was declared a contender for the title of the…

26 09 2022 | 09:09

Looking back on America’s summer of heat, floods and climate change: Welcome to the new abnormal

The summer of 2022 started with a historic flood in Montana, brought on by heavy rain and melting snow, that tore up roads and caused large areas of Yellowstone National Park to be evacuated.

26 09 2022 | 09:00

Electric planes are coming: Short-hop regional flights could be running on batteries in a few years

Electric planes might seem futuristic, but they aren’t that far off, at least for short hops.

26 09 2022 | 08:54

Patagonia’s founder has given his company away to fight climate change and advance conservation: 5 questions answered

Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard, his wife and their two adult children have irrevocably transferred their ownership of the outdoor apparel company to a set of trusts and nonprofit organizations.

26 09 2022 | 08:42

Desalinating seawater sounds easy, but there are cheaper and more sustainable ways to meet people’s water needs

Coastal urban centers around the world are urgently looking for new, sustainable water sources as their local supplies become less reliable. In the U.S., the issue is especially pressing in…

26 09 2022 | 08:36

Surging sales of large gasoline pickups and SUVs are undermining carbon reductions from electric cars

Replacing petroleum fuels with electricity is crucial for curbing climate change because it cuts carbon dioxide emissions from transportation – the largest source of U.S. global warming emissions and…

25 09 2022 | 20:06

AFRICA: AGRA launches $550m fund for climate-resilient agriculture

The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) has announced the creation of a $550 million fund to boost green and climate-resilient agriculture in Africa.

25 09 2022 | 20:04

SOUTHERN AFRICA: Emesco obtains approval for a solar park connected to the SAPP

Independent Power Producer (IPP) Emerging Markets Energy Services Company (EMESCO) has received approval from the Namibian authorities to build a 125 MWp solar power plant in Karasburg. Its output…

25 09 2022 | 20:01

DRC: nine mini water stations to strengthen the supply of drinking water in Kinshasa

The Stever Construct Group is delivering nine mini drinking water production stations to the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The new plants are located in the communes of…

25 09 2022 | 19:59

AFRICA: States adopt new measures to combat waste pollution

African states took advantage of the 18th session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) to strengthen their strategies to combat plastic pollution on the continent.…