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- Annual global temperature is likely to be at least 1°C warmer than pre-industrial levels in each of the coming five years, putting globally agreed climate change targets in jeopardy, new data from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reveals.
- ‘Stay the course together to emerge stronger’ from COVID-19 crisis: UN chief’s message to major sustainability forumAs a major United Nations forum prepares to assess progress towards a fairer future for people and the planet, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has warned that each of the Goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, is being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
- At the UN Human Rights Council on Wednesday, a teenager from Côte d’Ivoire has explained why protecting the environment matters so much.
- Could studying the cosmos help us to fight the climate crisis? Two astronomers at the University of Hawaii think that knowledge of the solar system may help to slow down the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere.
- Demand for raw materials used in the production of electric car batteries is set to soar, prompting the UN trade body, UNCTAD, to call for the social and environmental impacts of the extraction of raw materials, which include human rights abuses, to be urgently addressed.
- Lockdowns, travel bans and factory closures drive reductionDramatic decline falls short of necessary global heating cutsThe coronavirus pandemic has led to the largest drop in heat-trapping emissions in human history, according to a new study. Lockdowns, travel bans and closed manufacturing sites have caused global emissions to drop by 4.6%, or 2.5 gigatonnes, according to […]
- Exclusive: reduced congestion most likely reason for lower nitrogen dioxide, scientists say Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAir pollution has remained at lower levels in UK towns and cities despite a return to near-normal traffic levels after the easing of coronavirus restrictions, according to research.Analysis of data from more than 100 urban roadside […]
- Water firms not addressing problem of leaks, causing loss of 3bn litres a day, report finds There is a serious risk that parts of England will run out of water within 20 years, MPs have warned.The public accounts committee said the bodies responsible for water in the UK had “taken their eye off the ball” […]
- Trump’s energy secretary Dan Brouillette promotes ‘all fuels’ free-market strategy at climate and sustainability summitThe US has argued for less regulation of the world’s energy systems, speaking out against the policy interventions promoting clean energy that are central to a “green recovery” from the coronavirus crisis.Dan Brouillette, the US energy secretary, told a global summit […]
- Last time CO2 was at similar level temperatures were 3C to 4C hotter and sea levels were 20 metres higherThe amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere is approaching a level not seen in 15m years and perhaps never previously experienced by a hominoid, according to the authors of a study.At pre-lockdown rates of […]
- Cut Carbon Not Forests: Hard-Hitting Campaign Urges UK Policymakers To Build A True Clean Energy Economy And End Dirty Biomass SubsidiesEnvironmental advocacy groups join forces in fresh appeal for MPs to redirect biomass subsidies towards truly clean and renewable energy sources like solar and wind LONDON (22 June, 2020) – A coalition of environmental advocacy groups have launched Cut Carbon Not Forests, a hard-hitting campaign to expose the UK’s wasteful subsidies for companies that burn […]
- Panasonic TOUGHBOOK helps ACCOBAMS project study whales & dolphins in the Mediterranean and Black SeasPanasonic TOUGHBOOK devices used by scientists to map and study cetaceans in the Mediterranean and Black Seas Bracknell, UK. 28th April 2020 – An important conservation project has used Panasonic TOUGHBOOK devices to survey the impact of climate change and human activities at sea on the population of whales and dolphins (Cetaceans) in the Mediterranean […]
- TravelPerk launches GreenPerk, empowering businesses to offset 100% of business travel carbon emissionsFor the first time, business travelers can now offset their entire carbon impact directly through a booking platform TravelPerk has partnered with non-profit Atmosfair to offset travelers’ carbon emissions through UN-endorsed carbon mitigation projects GreenPerk is another industry first from TravelPerk, and the next step in the company’s mission to bring about a new age […]
- A Green building learning programme has been launched by GBE (Green Building Encyclopaedia) Learning: https://gbelearning.com A series of webinars, workshops and green building visits will start on March 6th 2020. There will also be a learning archive, the ability to earn CPD (Continuous Professional Development) hours and social media interaction with the expert Presenters. Since […]
- Stockholm/Paris, 15 January 2020. Making one's own actions more sustainable is a good resolution for the new year. A first simple step is to consider the environment when choosing your own packaging, for example by using paper bags. To what extent paper carrier bags contribute to combating climate change has been summarised in a new […]