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Climate change isn't our biggest environmental problem

Friday - Our core ecological problem is not climate change. It is overshoot, of which global warming is a symptom

Norway selling out-of-date food to help to tackle waste

Friday - Supermarkets selling out-of-date produce and apps that identify food at risk of being binned are part of an ambitious plan to slash the nation’s food waste

Not burning fossil fuels saves thousands of US lives

Friday - Fossil fuel not burnt because of wind and solar energy helped to avoid between 3000 and 12,700 premature deaths in the US between 2007 and 2015, says a new report.

Hyundai confirms e-cars will be core business

Friday - Hyundai has confirmed it is placing electric vehicles at the centre of its product strategy — one that includes plans for a premium long-distance electric car as it seeks to catch up to Tesla and other rivals.

INTERVIEW: New tack for Gore, but message just as powerful

Friday - Al Gore's new film An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power is different from his first film – it is much more biographical and focuses on how Gore became the great climate change communicator.

California eyes massive climate research move

Friday - California scientists are sketching plans for a home-grown climate-research institute - to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars per year.

Drought legacy can be a lingering death

Friday - A climate hazard that doesn’t disappear when the rainclouds gather, drought’s lingering death can delay recovery a very long time.


South Australia to build solar thermal plant

Friday - South Australia will build a 150MW solar thermal plant to bring clean, reliable power to the state.

Miner Adani faces claims of financial fraud

Thursday - Indian mining giant Adani, seeking public funds to develop one of the world’s largest coal mines in Australia, has been accused of fraudulently siphoning hundreds of millions of dollars of borrowed...

Carmichael matters to Australia – and the world

Thursday - Proposals for Adani's Carmichael coal mine in Queensland threatens not only the Great Barrier Reef, but also global efforts to reduce carbon emissions.

Switzerland and EU agree to link carbon markets

Thursday - An agreement to link the Swiss and European Union carbon markets could pave the way for other markets to link to the EU emissions trading scheme in future, says the International Emissions Trading...

THE IMRAN EFFECT: Pakistanis plant billion trees for their hero

Thursday - Inspired by national cricket hero Imran Khan, a province in Pakistan has planted a billion trees in just two years.

UK wrapping up $3b Green Bank sale to Australia

Thursday - The UK government this week is preparing to complete the $3 billion sale of its Green Investment Bank to a group led by Australia's Macquarie Group.

Alaska lists 30 towns at risk from coastal erosion

Thursday - At least 31 Alaskan communities face “imminent” existential threats from coastline erosion, flooding and other consequences of changing temperatures.

Every degree of warming counts for crop harvests

Thursday - The world can expect 3 per cent to 7 per cent less yield for each degree rise in temperature.

China readies world's largest carbon-trading market

Wednesday - As the United States reverses its climate policies, the world's top greenhouse gas emitter, China, is in the midst of setting up a national carbon-trading system.

THE MADHOUSE EFFECT: How Australia and the US compare

Wednesday - Climate policy in both Australia and the United States is being built upon alternative facts, fake news, outright lies, PR spin and industry-written talking points.

EU said to be considering electric car quota

Wednesday - Despite public denials, the European Commission is considering implementing an electric car quota to be achieved by automakers by 2030.

Gulf of Mexico dead zone could get worse

Wednesday - Each summer, a large part of the Gulf of Mexico “dies”. This year, the “dead zone” is the largest on record, stretching hundreds of miles from the mouth of the Mississippi, along the coast of...


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Youth hostels reach sustainable milestone

24 Nov 16 - YHA New Zealand is the first accommodation network in the world be certified by...

Sharp's green efforts pay dividend

24 Nov 16 - Sharp Corporation’s efforts to responsibly manage the environmental effects of...

Business network wins sustainability award

10 Oct 16 - The Sustainable Business Network has won the Sustainability Support category in...

Children's sunscreen fails tests

22 Sep 16 - Makers of a children’s sunscreen marketed as “organic” have been warned by the...

Child labour not for us, says Karen Walker

Karen Walker

12 Aug 16 - Kiwi clothing designer Karen Walker has certified that none of its garments are...

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