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Nearly 12,000 barrels of oil spilled into the sea off Peru in January last year.
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Belgian NGO Dung Dung uses human hair clippings to absorb environmental pollutants in water.
Amazon plastic packaging could go ‘around the world 800 times’
According to a report by ocean advocacy organisation Oceana, Amazon’s plastic footprint increased by nearly a fifth (18 per cent) between 2020 and 2021.
EU strikes deal to make ‘polluters pay’ for carbon heavy imports
Its meant to prevent companies from moving polluting activities to countries with weaker environmental rules.
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Protesters marched for biodiversity and human rights in Montreal, where the COP15 UN Biodiversity Conference is taking place.
The EU’s first ‘ecocide’ trial: toxic chemicals found in French homes
Carcinogen chemical trichloroethylene was detected in Grézieu-La-Varenne in 2019. The discovery came after a resident found a viscous, foul-smelling liquid in her backyard. A search discovered that traces of the chemical were 800 times the legally acceptable limit.
Sarajevo ranked the world's most polluted city
Authorities instructed residents to wear masks outdoors, use air purifiers in homes and close windows.
The Peruvian mining city made to choose between pollution or survival
Toxic pollution or no jobs? The difficult decision facing this Peruvian mining city
Fashion from trash... Welcome to Nigeria's 'Trashion' Show
A Nigerian NGO is hoping to make a difference in people's lives by showing off its delightful designs and outfits fashioned from everyday rubbish.
EU seeks to be competitive in the race for rare earth metals
Countries are racing to get rare earth metals and other critical minerals, some of which are necessary for the climate transition.
Russian invasion caused huge release of greenhouse gases, says Ukraine
Ukraine is collecting evidence of environmental crimes with which to sue Russia.
Ukraine is fighting to stop Russia legitimising war through emissions
Ukraine's negotiator at COP27 says the two countries' delegations are "generally avoiding each other."
California sues 18 companies over forever chemical pollution
The highly toxic chemicals are found in 98% of Californians, says Attorney General Rob Bonta.
Brussels aims to reduce air pollution through new vehicle standards
Particles coming from tyres will have new stricter rules to limit emissions. But Bas Eickhout, a Dutch Green MEP, said the proposals are weak and risk decades of harm to people's health and the environment.
Over 600 fossil fuel lobbyists registered at COP27 climate talks
“Those perpetuating the world's fossil fuel addiction should not be allowed through the doors of a climate conference”, campaigners say.
Fossil fuel emissions could be ‘3 times higher’ than producers claim
Accurate emissions reporting is crucial for fighting the climate crisis. But oil and gas producers are ‘overlooking’ key data, a new report claims.
Eggs could help us fight plastic pollution, research finds
Microplastics pollute drinking water around the globe. Researchers at Princeton University have come up with a novel new solution.
What is ecocide and how would it be prosecuted?
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