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Australia gives go-ahead to Adani mine

Friday - Australia has given the final approval for construction to begin on a controversial coal mine to be built by Indian company Adani.

Coal-dependent Japan sets neutral goal

Friday - Heavy on tech, light on any plans to tackle its coal dependency, Japan has released its climate legislation.

POWERHOUSE: Pentagon gas emissions higher than Portugal

Friday - The US creates more planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions through its defense operations alone than industrialised countries such as Sweden and Portugal.

App tracks deforestation - as it happens

Friday - A new website allows companies to track deforestation in their supply chains as it happens, with campaigners urging more effort to stop it.

Emissions from energy rise at fastest rate since 2011

Thursday - Carbon emissions from the global energy industry last year rose at the fastest rate in almost a decade.

UK commits to 2050 emissions target

Thursday - Greenhouse gas emissions in the UK will be cut to almost zero by 2050, under the terms of a new government plan to tackle climate change.

African city heat set to grow intolerably

Thursday - The entire African continent faces lethal weather conditions for many of its people.


KELP KILLING: Fortunes being made from seaweed harvest

Thursday - Growing awareness of the climate crisis and a shift to plant-based diets have turned kelp farming into a thriving industry.

Thirty years to climate meltdown – or not?

Wednesday - How much of a threat is climate meltdown? Should we treat it as the biggest danger to life in the 21st century, or as one of many problems − serious, but manageable?

Largest hybrid-electric aircraft takes flight

Wednesday - The highest-capacity hybrid-electric aircraft has taken to the skies in California on its first test flight.

Brazil leader guts environmental agencies

Wednesday - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro appears intent on decriminalizing Amazon deforestation, ending most fines, straitjacketing law enforcement, and gutting environmental agencies with mass firings.

Survey finds number of plant extinctions is 'frightening'

Wednesday - Human destruction of the living world is causing a “frightening” number of plant extinctions, according to scientists who have completed the first global analysis of the issue.

At this rate, we'll have more plastic than fish in the ocean

Tuesday - If humanity continues dumping plastics into nature at the current rate, there will be more plastic than fish in the world’s seas by 2050.

Bloomberg mission is to close all US coal plants

Tuesday - Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has a new $500 million mission - to close every coal plant in the US by 2030.

Loss of plants will make a world of difference

Tuesday - Up to a million species might go extinct due to human activity. We all know the mammals in trouble, but how many of us could name an endangered plant?

More rain brings big problems for dam builders

Tuesday - For the builders of hydro-electric schemes – usually multi-billion dollar projects involving vast amounts of complex engineering work – changing rainfall is a serious problem.

OPINION: Australia pays the price

Dermot O"Gorman

Tuesday - By DERMOT O'GORMAN | Over the past five years Australia’s standing in the Pacific has declined dramatically because of an unwillingness to take strong action on climate change.

MARKET LATEST: NZUs $24.30

Monday - Spot NZUs opened at $24.10 bid and $24.50 offered this morning, after last fixing at $24.30.

It's going to take a long time, says former BP chief

Monday - Former BP chief John Browne talks about squaring his business dealings with his personal convictions – and what he would say to Greta Thunberg.


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