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Australia's greenhouse gas emissions highest on record

Today 9:00am - Australia’s emissions over the past year were the highest on record, when relatively unreliable emissions from land use are excluded, according to new estimates.

Paris summit will call for shipping to meet climate goals

Today 9:00am - The shipping industry will be urged to align with international climate goals under a declaration to be launched at a climate summit in Paris today.

It's hard to get people to reduce food waste

Today 9:00am - Seventy-six per cent of global consumers say sustainability is important – but only 42 per cent say they always attempt to minimise household food waste, a new survey shows.

To phase out coal, leaders should learn from tobacco

Today 9:00am - A few countries are set to join the coal phase-out club at the One Planet Summit in Paris today, but more levers will be needed to bring major coal users in line.

Meat tax ‘inevitable’ to beat climate and health crises

Today 9:00am - “Sin taxes” on meat to reduce its huge impact on climate change and human health look inevitable, according to analysts.

GRUB'S UP! Climate-conscious foodies swap cows for crickets

Today 9:00am - A wave of social enterprises are trying to get people to eat insects instead of meat.

How planting trees changed lives in a former coal town

Today 9:00am - The UK's National Forest has not only transformed an industrial landscape, it has given people a new sense of belonging and wellbeing, created jobs and boosted wildlife.

Business chiefs call for carbon transparency

Monday - Leading chief financial officers, chairs of pension funds and the chief executives of global accounting bodies – including one from New Zealand - are calling for transparency about carbon exposure.

US judge sends Volkswagen exec to jail for seven years

Monday - A senior Volkswagen executive has been sentenced to seven years in prison by a US court after being found guilty of concealing software used to evade pollution limits on nearly 600,000 diesel...

Europe's coal plants bleeding cash

Monday - Almost all coal plants in the European Union will be outspending their income by the end of the next decade, relying on subsidies to stay open to back up wind and solar generation.

Fiji summit calls for action on climate migration

Monday - Civil society leaders from more than 100 countries meeting in Suva have called for action on climate-induced displacement.

UK sees value in rebirth of the railways

Monday - Proposals in the UK aimed at reversing decades of decline in the rail system, have been praised as the “rebirth of the railways”.

The most northerly town in the world is at risk of disappearing

Monday - It’s freezing, snowing and so far north that the sun won’t rise again until March, but the 2000 residents of the world’s most northerly town wish it were much colder.

Farm grows food under streets of Paris

Monday - La Caverne is an urban farm that grows mushrooms, herbs and greens beneath the streets of Paris.

Is this the end of the road for Adani’s megamine?

Friday - Adani’s operations in Australia appear to be hanging on by a thread, as activists prove effective at undermining the company’s chances of getting the finance it needs.

Canada and China shake on carbon and climate

Friday - The premiers of China and Canada have announced deeper collaboration on climate change and energy, including on carbon markets.

Air pollution could do huge harm to unborn babies

Friday - Air pollution significantly increases the risk of low birth weight in babies, leading to lifelong damage to health, according to a large new study.

Hyundai building battery bigger than Tesla's

Friday - Tesla’s South Australia battery system won’t hold the title of world’s largest for long - Hyundai is building one 50 per cent bigger.

Citizens fight EU weedkiller decision

Friday - The public is fighting back against an EU decision to renew the licence of controversial pesticide Glyphosate.

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