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Americans are waking up, new poll shows

Today 12:00pm - Two-thirds of Americans believe climate change is either a crisis or a serious problem, with a majority wanting immediate action to address global heating and its damaging consequences, a new poll shows.

Trump ditches water protection policy

Today 12:00pm - The Trump administration has repealed an Obama-era policy designed to protect US waterways.

Deforestation getting worse, says study

Today 12:00pm - Big agribusinesses aren't doing enough to stop deforestation in their supply chains, critics say.

Lifting the lid of aviation's black box

Today 12:00pm - One of the world’s most important institutions in the fight against climate change is also one of the UN’s most opaque.

Latest thing in solar panels means more power to Prius

Today 12:00pm - It’s the ultimate in motoring self-sufficiency – an electric car powered by solar panels on the roof.

Logging study reveals huge hidden emissions

Friday - The wood industry is a massive source of uncounted carbon emissions, according to a pioneering study.

No need to cut back on beef, say UK farmers

Friday - Farming can become climate neutral by 2040 without cutting beef production or converting substantial areas of farmland into forest, according to UK farmers.

Guards watch Canadian environment minister

Catherine McKenna

Friday - Canadian environment minister Catherine McKenna says she has been assigned a security detail because of abuse she has received both online and in person.

How healthcare can affect global climate crisis

Friday - Healthcare workers backing zero carbon emissions say chemicals used increasingly to anaesthetise patients are potent greenhouse gases.

UN confident China will raise climate ambition

Thursday - China is expected to come to the UN climate action summit with a more ambitious climate plan, a top UN official believes.

We'll be doing more driving, researchers say

Thursday - Human demand for transport will increase as the climate warms, becoming its own feedback loop, researchers say.

KNEES UP: Hot days in the field might see test stars in shorts

Thursday - The changing climate has brought to the holy temple of cricket a raft of possible consequences, from more drinks breaks to playing in shorts.

Supermarket happy hour reduces food waste

Thursday - A Finnish supermarket chain is fighting food waste by offering steep discounts during a late-night happy hour.

Australia launches emergency relocation of fish

Thursday - Faced with a ferocious summer with little rain forecast, the New South Wales government has embarked on a Noah’s Ark type operation to move native fish to safe havens.

Building climate defences could boost economies

Wednesday - Countries could reap a $7 trillion economic prize by investing in measures to adapt to a changing climate, according to an analysis backed by Ban Ki-Moon, Bill Gates and the head of the World Bank.

'CHAOS, CHAOS, CHAOS': A trip through Bolsonaro's inferno

Wednesday - From afar, it resembles a tornado: an immense grey column shooting thousands of feet upwards from the forest canopy into the Amazonian skies.

More Australians fear effects of changing climate ...

Wednesday - Australians are increasingly concerned about droughts and floods, extinctions and water shortages associated with climate change, according to new research.

... but the disaster minister has his doubts

Wednesday - Australia’s minister responsible for drought and natural disasters, David Littleproud, has said that he doesn’t “know if climate change is manmade”.

Europe's carmakers near carbon cliff-edge

Wednesday - Time is running out for European carmakers, which have waited until the last minute to try to meet ambitious EU emissions targets and face billions in fines if they fail to comply.

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Dr Zahra Champion

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LGNZ gets clear climate message from school activists

26 Jul 19 - School Strike 4 Climate NZ organisers Sophie Handford and Raven Maeder...

New plant makes food packaging from recycled plastic

16 Jul 19 - A new plant to make New Zealand’s first range of food packaging from recycled...

Energy agency welcomes Government moves on e-vehicles

11 Jul 19 - Proposals to get more low-emission vehicles on New Zealand roads could be a...

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