When the news broke that one of Botswana’s biggest elephants recently got killed by a trophy hunter, animal activists and wildlife conservation organisations flocked on Twitter to express their rage. Continue Reading
During the next decades, governments all over the world will focus their attention on the pledge made during the COP26 meeting. Among the main decisions is the desire to maintain Continue Reading
Over the past 15 years, the amount of clothes made around the world has doubled. The growing middle classes demand more clothes, more quickly. If the fashion industry continues on its current path, it will use a quarter of the world’s remaining global carbon budget to keep warming under 2 degrees by 2050.
While an Easter heatwave is welcome news to many, those with climate anxiety see something more sinister behind the sunshine.
Blue carbon is finally getting the recognition it deserves after a pioneering salt marsh trial on the Steart peninsula in Somerset. Scientists at Manchester Metropolitan University found that the marshes Continue Reading
With six days until the first round of the French presidential election, incumbent centrist Emmanuel Macron leads the polls and is predicted to win a second term, however his environmental Continue Reading
A report by the New Climate Institute said that many of the world’s biggest companies exaggerate or misreport their environmental progress on tackling climate change. The study had 25 corporations, Continue Reading
As droughts and desertification, but also erratic rainfall and floods are intensifying, the Sahel region is facing climate change in full scale. The depletion of natural resources is triggering conflicts and Continue Reading