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Reporting on the climate crisis: ‘For years it was seen as a far-off problem’ | Environment

Devastating floods across Europe, killer heatwaves in Canada, wildfires across the US. Extreme weather has hit the headlines across the world in the past few weeks, and even climate scientists have...

China To Build 43 New Coal-Fired Power Plants – Watts Up With That?

Reposted from NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT AUGUST 24, 2021 By Paul Homewood And still they build more: China is planning to build 43 new coal-fired power plants and 18 new blast furnaces...

Climate Leadership Council on Defense (ExxonMobil caper hits the front group) – Watts Up With That?

From MasterResource By Robert Bradley Jr. — August 19, 2021 “Hence the CLC decision to ‘suspend’ ExxonMobil. Why did they not expel them once and for all? Obviously, the CLC hopes that ExxonMobil will...

Major UN biodiversity summit delayed for third time due to pandemic | UN biodiversity summit 2020

A key United Nations biodiversity summit has been delayed for a third time due to the pandemic, the Chinese environment ministry has announced, as environmentalists pledged the delay would “not mean...

‘You follow the government’s agenda’: China’s climate activists walk a tightrope | China

In the wake of the IPCC’s alarming warning last week that human induced climate change is affecting every corner of the planet, China’s environmental activists were left wondering what they could...

Treasury blocking green policies key to UK net zero target | Green economy

The Treasury is blocking green policies essential to put the UK on track to net zero emissions, imperilling the UK’s own targets and the success of vital UN climate talks, experts...

Nicola Sturgeon ‘hiding behind PM’ on Cambo oilfield, say climate groups | Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon has been criticised by climate campaigners for failing to call for the new Cambo oilfield to be blocked because of the climate crisis.Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth Scotland...

Climate crisis: what can I do from the UK to help save the planet? | Climate change

It can feel a little futile to be rinsing plates and fiddling with metal straws while the world literally burns. Most of us are everyday citizens, rather than global decision-makers, and...
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