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Africa poised to lead way in global green revolution

Tuesday - Africa is poised to lead the world’s cleanest economic revolution by using renewable energy sources to power a massive spread of urbanisation, says a new report.

Drivers love their e-cars, says BMW

Tuesday - BMW has called for European policymakers to roll out electric vehicles on a massive scale, saying its customers are turning to e-cars - and loving them.

Italy first to make climate compulsory school subject

Tuesday - Italian school pupils in every grade are about to become the first required to study climate change and sustainability.

Companies try to protect product-base plants

Tuesday - As crop varieties disappear, boosting biodiversity becomes smart business.

Climate change deniers set new battle lines

Monday - The battle between climate change deniers and the environment movement has entered a new, pernicious phase. That is the stark warning of one of the world’s leading climate experts, Michael Mann.

EXXON TRIAL: It's now up to the judge

Monday - Lawyers for New York State and ExxonMobil have wrapped up a landmark climate fraud trial, shaping a tangle of testimony and evidence.

It's 10 years since Climategate, so what have we learned?

Monday - Climategate marks its 10th anniversary this month – an opportune moment to to look at the effect it had on those who were trying to save the planet.


Look back 125,000 years and sea-level rises are terrifying

Friday - Sea levels rose 10 metres above present levels during Earth’s last warm period 125,000 years ago, according to new research that offers a glimpse of what may happen under our current climate change...

Wall Street increasingly weighs climate risks

Friday - In the wake of two years of wildfires in California, Wall Street is incorporating a new risk metric when evaluating companies: climate resiliency.

Australia (briefly) hits 50% renewables

Friday - Australia’s main electricity grid was briefly powered by 50% renewable energy this week in a new milestone that experts say will become increasingly normal.

Honolulu mayor wants to sue Big Oil

Friday - Honolulu mayor Kirk Caldwell wants the city to sue major oil companies for the damage he says they have done to the island of Oahu.

We're on the same track, BP tells protesters

Thursday - British Petroleum believes there’s an “80 percent overlap” between the oil giant's ambitions and those of Extinction Rebellion.

Dumped fishing gear biggest ocean polluter

Thursday - Lost and abandoned fishing gear which is deadly to marine life makes up the majority of large plastic pollution in the oceans, according to Greenpeace.

Can nests and eco bikes cut impact of delivering parcels?

6 Nov 19 - Cities are testing new systems to reduce the pollution and congestion caused by of the final leg of a package’s journey from warehouse to doorstep.

OPINION: UK farmers are the best

6 Nov 19 - BY JOE STANLEY | As a cattle farmer I come under constant criticism, but UK livestock production is among the most sustainable in the world.

Behind the wheel of a hydrogen car

6 Nov 19 - Why is the clean, green hydrogen technology lagging far behind the hybrid and all-electric sectors of the car industry?

Volvo lands biggest order for e-buses

6 Nov 19 - Volvo Buses has received the largest single order for electric buses in Europe.

Why oil giants must cut output by a third

5 Nov 19 - The world’s largest oil and gas companies need to slash their production by more than a third by 2040 to meet global climate targets, according to a new report.

Has the world's biggest polluter got a deal for you!

5 Nov 19 - Roll up! Roll up! The globe's biggest climate polluter, Saudi Aramco, is poised to announce the world’s biggest stock flotation in an ultimate marriage of carbon and capital.


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