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Rising emissions big step backwards, says BP

Friday - The renewed upward march of global carbon emissions is worrying and a big step backwards in the fight against climate change, according to BP.

OPINION: Earth will survive ... we might not

Adam Frank

Friday - By ADAM FRANK | In 1968, the astronaut William Anders looked out from his moon-circling Apollo 8 capsule and saw the mottled blue Earth emerging over the gray lunar horizon.

Dow saves $120 million by investing in nature

Friday - The Dow Chemical Company says it has saved $120 million over the past year from its ‘valuing nature’ project.

Scotland takes pride in emissions cuts

Friday - The Scottish Government says that as of 2016 the country has managed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 49 per cent compared to 1990.

Elon Musk cuts Tesla's work force

Friday - Elon Musk will cut his work force by about 9 per cent, or roughly 3500 of Tesla's 37,500 employees, as part of a company-wide restructuring.

Gas-guzzler Australia on road to becoming the next Cuba

Friday - Australia's reluctance to recognise electric vehicles could mean that eventually it will join Cuba as the globe's Jurassic Park for cars.

Climate change dust storms can kill

Thursday - The US Dust Bowl in the 1930s was one of the worst environmental disasters of the 20th century.


Universal basic income and rewilding can do the trick

Thursday - Enough concrete has been produced to cover the entire surface of the Earth in a layer two millimetres thick.

Climate pressure could hurt major corn regions

Thursday - Two new studies looking at corn and vegetables warn of a rising risk of food shocks and malnutrition with unchecked global warming.

Israel to top up drying Sea of Galilee

Thursday - The shrinking Sea of Galilee, the inland lake where Christians believe Jesus walked on water, is to be topped up with desalinated seawater.

Giant baobabs die suddenly after thousands of years

Thursday - Climate change is the suspect in the abrupt deaths in the past decade of some of Africa’s 2500-year-old baobab trees.

Why methane should be treated differently

Wednesday - New research provides a way out of a longstanding quandary in climate policy: how best to account for the warming effects of greenhouse gases that have different atmospheric lifetimes.

Investor seeks removal of eight company chairs

Wednesday - Britain’s biggest asset manager wants to remove the chairmen of the board at eight companies worldwide, which it says have failed to confront the threats posed by climate change.

EU closes in on clean energy package

Wednesday - The EU is near agreement on measures to put its 2030 climate target into action, with a meeting of energy ministers swinging towards more ambition.

Society needs to flip its disaster spending

Wednesday - Communities would get more value by spending before a disaster, instead of after, says an insurance industry leader.

Worsening drought pushes farmers to the brink

Wednesday - On NSW's Liverpool plains, cows are being slaughtered because there is no way of feeding them after years of extreme weather.

Daimler moves on e-truck market

Wednesday - Daimler, the largest truck manufacturer in the world, is eyeing up the prizes to be won from electric vehicles.

Fifa's World Cup carbon offset offer looks flawed, say critics

Wednesday - Soccer fans travelling to Russia for the World Cup beginning this week are being encouraged to offset their emissions through a UN scheme that critics describe as fundamentally flawed.

How $6 trillion of fossil fuel investments got dumped

12 Jun 18 - Divestment from fossil fuels has become one of the fastest growing political campaigns in human history, surpassing similar battles against the tobacco industry and the fight against apartheid in...


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