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Nobel prize: Why climate modellers deserved the physics award - they've been proved right again and again
Nobel prize: Why climate modellers deserved the physics award - they've been proved right again and again

This year's Nobel prize in physics has been split between Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi. While Parisi is a theoretical physicist, the other two are climate...

By Dr Pushp Raj Tiwari 3 days ago

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Solar panels on half the world's roofs could meet its entire electricity demand - new research
Solar panels on half the world's roofs could meet its entire electricity demand - new research

Rooftop solar panels are up to 79% cheaper than they were in 2010. These plummeting costs have made rooftop solar photovoltaics even more attractive...

By Siddharth Joshi, James Glynn and Shivika Mittal 12 Oct 2021

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2021 Innovation Award for Sustainable Food Systems winners announced
2021 Innovation Award for Sustainable Food Systems winners announced

The winners of the 2021 edition of the annual International Innovation Award for Sustainable Food Systems have been announced...

4 Oct 2021

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China will no longer build overseas coal power plants - what energy projects will it invest in instead?
China will no longer build overseas coal power plants - what energy projects will it invest in instead?

Chinese President Xi Jinping recently announced at the UN General Assembly that China "will not build new coal-fired power projects abroad"...

By Yixian Sun 4 Oct 2021

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Why global food prices are higher today than for most of modern history
Why global food prices are higher today than for most of modern history

Global food prices shot up nearly 33% in September 2021 compared with the same period the year before...

By Alastair Smith 28 Sep 2021

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Kering goes fur-free across all fashion brands
Kering goes fur-free across all fashion brands

Luxury fashion giant Kering has announced its decision to go fur-free across the group...

27 Sep 2021

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COP26: How the world will measure progress on the Paris climate agreement and keep countries accountable
COP26: How the world will measure progress on the Paris climate agreement and keep countries accountable

All countries will have to work together and take bold actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and demonstrate that their emissions are declining if we are to meet the Paris Agreement goal of keeping the global temperature rise to no more than 1.5...

By Steven Lam, Sherilee Harper and Warren Dodd 2 Sep 2021

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Use of leaded petrol eliminated in 'milestone' for health and environment, UN says

Leaded petrol has been eliminated after the world's last remaining stocks were used up last month, the UN's Environment Programme (Unep) said on Monday, 30 August...

By Emma Rumney 31 Aug 2021

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50+ NGOs call on COP26 to acknowledge climate impacts of animal agriculture
50+ NGOs call on COP26 to acknowledge climate impacts of animal agriculture

More than 50 global NGOs are calling on the COP26 climate change conference to publicly recognise climate impacts of animal agriculture at this year's conference...

27 Aug 2021

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Ordinary people, extraordinary change: Addressing the climate emergency through 'quiet activism'
Ordinary people, extraordinary change: Addressing the climate emergency through 'quiet activism'

Across the world, people worried about the impacts of climate change are seeking creative and meaningful ways to transform their urban environments. One such approach is known as 'quiet activism'...

By Wendy Steele, Diana MacCallum, Donna Houston, Jason Byrne and Jean Hillier 26 Aug 2021

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World leaders out of excuses on climate change, Thunberg, youth activists say
World leaders out of excuses on climate change, Thunberg, youth activists say

The world's children cannot afford more empty promises at this year's United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), youth activists including Greta Thunberg said, after a UN report found virtually no child will escape the impact of global...

By Emma Rumney 23 Aug 2021

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Why real estate investors can make a real difference to climate change
Why real estate investors can make a real difference to climate change

Climate change and its potential costs to humankind made headlines again last week. What was new was the clarity of the message...

By Kristina Foster 20 Aug 2021

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New global biodiversity goals must take these key lessons into account
New global biodiversity goals must take these key lessons into account

A framework to help countries develop national strategies for the conservation and sustainable use of their natural resources is nearing completion...

By David Obura 17 Aug 2021

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Radisson Hotels offset 100% CO2 emissions globally

Since the launch of its 100% Carbon Neutral Meetings programme in 2019, the group has offset over 30,300 tonnes of CO2...

6 Aug 2021

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5 things to watch for in the latest IPCC report on climate science
5 things to watch for in the latest IPCC report on climate science

On 9 August, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release its most comprehensive report on the science of climate change since 2013...

By Alex Crawford 6 Aug 2021

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'It's our stuff': Consumers wage right-to-repair revolution

Increasingly concerned about electronic waste and planet-warming emissions, European and US lawmakers want manufacturers to make it easier to repair gadgets that are intrinsic to daily life...

By Carey L. Biron and Umberto Bacchi 2 days ago

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Nestlé's transition towards a regenerative food system speeds up

Nestlé is investing $1.3bn over the next five years to spark regenerative agriculture across the company's supply chain...

21 Sep 2021

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How students can use storytelling to bring the dangers of climate change to life
How students can use storytelling to bring the dangers of climate change to life

It is vital to give as many people as possible the tools with which to tackle the climate crisis, and key to this is encouraging climate literacy...

By Katie Parsons, Florence Halstead and Lisa Jones 30 Aug 2021

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How machine learning is helping us fine-tune climate models to reach unprecedented detail
How machine learning is helping us fine-tune climate models to reach unprecedented detail

Machine learning has revolutionised modern life and now experts are using it to help solve the climate change problem...

By Navid Constantino 19 Aug 2021

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Three quarters of people in G20 nations see climate, nature near tipping points
Three quarters of people in G20 nations see climate, nature near tipping points

Three in four people living in the world's 20 major economies believe nature and the Earth's climate are approaching potentially abrupt or irreversible changes due to human action, according to a survey released on Tuesday...

By Michael Taylor 18 Aug 2021



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