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03 01 2023 | 18:08

Tobacco companies to be billed for cleaning up cigarette butts in Spain

Ruling is part of a package of measures designed to reduce waste and increase recycling Tobacco companies are to be forced to foot the bill for cleaning up the millions of cigarette ends that…

03 01 2023 | 18:03

Beat the heat: 10 tips for keeping cool while protecting your health and budget

Liberally spritz your face and neck, let the morning air in and choose a fan over AC

03 01 2023 | 18:00

Why environmental disaster victims are looking to European courts

Campaigners are finding courts increasingly open to considering cases – and finding in their favour

03 01 2023 | 17:54

How ocean wind power could help the US fossil fuel industry

The government wants to lease offshore wind in the Gulf of Mexico – but the oil industry wants it for its own needs

03 01 2023 | 17:49

The world in 2023: what our writers say you should watch out for

From Ukraine developments and China’s Covid surge to renewable energy and hope for the Amazon

03 01 2023 | 17:45

Hopes for power and purpose from an energy industry in flux

As war drives up fossil fuel prices and profits, new technologies show a way forward for the generators in 2023 A tall white rig punctures the Cornish skyline, offering a hint of a new industrial…

03 01 2023 | 17:40

From super scooters to smarter meters: six firms to watch in 2023

Times are tough for businesses old and new, but the pace of change in many sectors this year will be relentless

03 01 2023 | 17:17

£50m fund will boost UK nuclear fuel projects, ministers say

Britain seeks to convert recycled uranium, a capability not currently available outside Russia A £50m nuclear fuel fund to bolster production in the UK and support development of alternatives to…

03 01 2023 | 17:10

Environmental review of 2022: another mile on the ‘highway to climate hell’

Deadly floods in Pakistan and record heat in the UK were just two symptoms this year of the global crisis Two events in 2022 symbolised the climate breakdown that humanity is careering towards and…

03 01 2023 | 17:06

Insulate Britain and Just Stop Oil vow to continue disruptive action

Commitment to ‘civil resistance’ comes after Extinction Rebellion said it would prioritise ‘relationships over roadblocks’ Insulate Britain and Just Stop Oil have doubled down on their commitment…

03 01 2023 | 16:51

Climate impact labels could help people eat less red meat

Information on environmental impact can persuade consumers against carbon-heavy food choices, says study Climate impact labels on foods such as red meat are an effective way to get people to stop…

03 01 2023 | 16:48

UK wildlife ‘devastated by litany of weather extremes’ in 2022

National Trust’s annual audit reveals a dire year for animals from toads and bats to birds and butterflies This year’s tumultuous weather – including fierce storms, searing heat and deep cold snaps…

03 01 2023 | 16:43

2022 will be warmest year on record in UK, says Met Offic

Provisional figures show annual average temperature will exceed previous record set in 2014 2022 will be the UK’s warmest year on record, as the Met Office says figures show the climate crisis is…

03 01 2023 | 16:41

Summer wildfires increased fourfold in England in 2022

More than 800 fires recorded on hottest day of year, 19 July, as mercury rose above 40C for first time England faced four times more wildfires this summer than in same period in 2021, figures show…

03 01 2023 | 16:36

Extinction Rebellion announces move away from disruptive tactics

Climate protest group says temporary shift will ‘prioritise relationships over roadblocks’ The climate protest group Extinction Rebellion is shifting tactics from disruptions such as smashing…

03 01 2023 | 16:32

More than 2,400 lives will be lost to bushfires in Australia over a decade, experts predict

Exclusive: Healthcare costs from smoke-related deaths tipped to reach $110m, new modelling led by Monash University suggests In the decade to 2030, more than 2,400 lives will be lost to bushfires…

03 01 2023 | 16:12

‘Extreme event’: warm January weather breaks records across Europe

At least eight countries experience record high temperatures of ‘almost unheard of’ heat, say meteorologists Weather records have been falling across Europe at a disconcerting rate in the last…

03 01 2023 | 16:07

John Kerry: rich countries must respond to developing world anger over climate

US climate envoy says there needs to be work on details of ‘loss and damage’ fund in 2023 People in developing countries are feeling increasingly angry and “victimised” by the climate crisis, the US…

03 01 2023 | 16:03

Government to construct 100 dams in Kenya to irrigate 3 million acres of lan

In order to construct 100 dams in Kenya and progressively cover 3 million acres with irrigation systems, President William Ruto recently promised to initiate public-private partnerships.

03 01 2023 | 16:01

Z$77.3 bn set aside for irrigation and drinking water projects in Zimbabwe

A Z$77.3 billion budget for irrigation and drinking water projects in 2023 has been approved by the Zimbabwean parliament. The budget would allow the Southern African country’s government to finance…