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Why are thousands of Dutch people against important emissions targets?
"We are food producers, not pollution producers," say farmers.
Germany refuses to agree to EU ban on new fossil fuel cars from 2035
In its bid to cut planet-warming emissions by 55 per cent by 2030 from 1990 levels, the European Commission has proposed a 100 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions from new cars by 2035.
Ukraine war has caused a fossil fuel ‘gold rush’, new report finds
Leading climate researchers have found that the world is investing in new oil and gas projects in the wake of Russia’s invasion.
Which country has just set the world's most ambitious climate target?
The Nordic country will need to reverse the loss of its forests, which turned from net climate sinks to emitters last year.
Banana peel could hold the key to more 'renewable' biofuel
Scientists have engineered a new way to produce energy from biomass after tests on banana skins and orange peel.
Waiters in this restaurant wear aprons which absorb CO2 from the air
A restaurant in Stockholm is trialling cotton aprons that capture carbon dioxide from the air, before using it in their greenhouse.
Are domestic flights the first big step to electrifying aviation?
With almost half of all journeys under 800km, short-haul flights could provide an avenue to electrifying aviation.
Giant craters are opening up in the Arctic due to climate change
The permafrost region contains three times as much carbon as all living vegetation on Earth - with concerning consequences as it thaws.
Forget offsets, these are the best ways to curb your holiday carbon
Carbon offsetting is a dangerous distraction argues Sarah Faith. Here’s how to curb your holiday footprint instead.
Regenesis: George Monbiot busts damaging farming myths in his new book
Farming is the greatest cause of environmental destruction, but we have the tools to regenerate, writes Monbiot, in his blistering new book.
Big tobacco is one of the world’s ‘biggest polluters’, says WHO
The tobacco industry has a devastating impact on the environment and some experts say it’s time to start treating it like the oil companies.
Why is Qatar's 'carbon neutral' World Cup being so heavily criticised?
Qatar is said to be building a large-scale grass farm, which has negligible water resources, in the desert to produce stadium-ready turf.
Why the Czech Republic's green measures lag behind neighbours
The environmental situation in the Czech Republic is the fifth worst in Europe despite the amount of GDP spent on trying to rectify it, a newly-published report has said.
G7 pledge to decarbonise energy sectors by 2035
After three days of talks, G7 Ministers made a bid to tackle global warming with a number of pledges which will be presented to leaders next month at the G7 summit in Elmau, Germany - moves which have been largely welcomed by climate activists.
Kim Kardashian becomes ‘chief taste consultant’ for Beyond Meat
Billionaires could account for 16 per cent of global emissions by 2030. Is a plant-based endorsement from Kim K enough?
First 'carbon neutral' cancer surgery performed in the UK
The lessons learned on low-carbon procedures - from anaesthesia to energy efficiency - are set to be rolled out across the NHS.
Climate change in court: German farmer sues Volkswagen
Why are a car manufacturer and farmer in court over climate change?
All but one of 50 airline climate targets missed in the UK since 2000
We speak to Possible’s Leo Murray about how unclear definitions, minimal monitoring and inconsistent reporting have made the aviation industry’s green target difficult to track.
Stargazers are the unexpected winners of the cost of living crisis
Stargazers are craning their necks during the cost of living crisis to see the skies, but why are they clearer than they have been for years?
Is fermented mushroom ‘meat’ the solution to our beef addiction?
Replacing 20 per cent of beef with a fungi substitute could halve deforestation, a new study shows.
The real climate impact of flying could be much worse than we thought
The consequences of non-CO2 impacts could be a net warming effect on the climate that is bigger than that of CO2.
This underwater plant absorbs carbon 30 times faster than a rainforest
One environmental charity wants to repopulate the UK’s coasts with this carbon-capturing plant.
These community projects are feeding people not landfill
As we mark Stop Food Waste Day, these locals are on a mission to feed people excess food to stop it being binned.
Self-healing solar panels may be the future of reliable clean energy
Researchers have found a material which can self-repair, potentially revolutionising solar panel construction.
Are giant, floating balloons the future of space tourism?
The trip, costing €114,000 per person, can take eight passengers and a pilot into space.
What are consumption-based emissions and why is Sweden targeting them?
Sweden hopes to become world first in targeting its 'consumption-based emissions'. But what does that mean and will other countries follow suit?