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EU-Japan trade deal first to carry Paris pact clause

Today 9:00am - Europe’s massive free-trade deal with Japan is the first the EU has struck with a specific provision on the Paris climate agreement.

Internet under threat from rise in sea levels

Today 9:00am - The rise in sea levels will put vital internet infrastructure at risk, new research suggests.

Native peoples have key role in conservation

Today 9:00am - Indigenous peoples are crucial for global conservation and for living with climate change – after all, a quarter of all land is in their hands.

A billion people struggle to stay cool as the world warms

Today 9:00am - More than a billion people are at risk from a lack of air conditioning and refrigeration to keep them cool and to preserve food and medicines as global warming brings more high temperatures, a new study shows.

Aircraft industry feels heat from changing climate

Today 9:00am - The extreme heat that has come with climate change is prompting aircraft manufacturers to test their fleets for increasingly hotter temperatures.

EU and China agree on climate change action

Wednesday - Climate change will become a “main pillar” of the relationship between the European Union and China, leaders said yesterday.

How Trump’s trade war could be used to fight climate change

Wednesday - What if countries responded to US President Donald Trump’s tariffs by taxing imports based on their carbon footprint instead?

Europe keeps on setting clean-energy records

Wednesday - Two of the biggest economies in Europe last week set new records for clean energy.

Why Central American farmers are jumping ship

Wednesday - As immigration issues along the US southern border continue to roil the country, one driving force of migration from troubled Central American countries has received relatively little notice: climate...

It's red alert time, says Paris Agreement leader

Laurent Fabius

Tuesday - The world community has taken action against climate change but it must “triple its efforts” to reduce emissions, says the man who presided over the Paris Agreement.

SCIENCE UNDER SIEGE: Behind the scenes at the EPA

Tuesday - Uncertainty, hostility and irrelevance are now part of daily life for scientists at the US Environmental Protection Agency.

Can Norway solve the plastic crisis, one bottle at a time?

Tuesday - A bottle deposit hub on the outskirts of Oslo has had a stream of high-level international visitors. Can its success be replicated worldwide?

Pence’s failed gas stations cost taxpayer $20M

Tuesday - The gas station chain that was owned by US Vice-President Mike Pence's family has left more than $20 million worth of environmental remediation costs for Indiana taxpayers.

Europe climate strategy forgets about soil

Tuesday - While climate change takes a toll on agriculture and land use contributes to warming the planet, soils still find little attention from policymakers in their climate strategies.

The what, where, when and why of food production

Tuesday - Researchers have compiled a database on food production around the world in order to determine the best means of reducing the environmental impacts of what we eat.

Prolonged heatwave brings record high temperatures

Monday - Record high temperatures have been set across much of the world as an unusually prolonged and broad heatwave intensifies concerns about climate change.

Ireland's vote highlights global divestments

Monday - Nearly 900 institutions have committed to some level of divestment from oil, gas and coal. Others believe they can push climate action more effectively as investors.

UK can go low-carbon at no extra cost, say advisers

Monday - The UK can have low-carbon electricity, heat and transport in 2050 at the same cost as today’s high-carbon energy system, according to infrastructure advisers.

These countries have not ratified the Paris Agreement

Monday - Nearly three years after the Paris Agreement was reached, more than a tenth of global emissions are generated in countries that have not formally adopted the deal.

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