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Why do single men have the biggest carbon footprints?
One of the reasons is that men spend more than women, according to researchers.
Paris Olympics promises to slash emissions in half - but is it enough?
The Paris Olympics is going green with no air con and a riverside opening ceremony - but environmental experts aren’t convinced.
Denmark inaugurates CO2 underwater graveyard
Denmark is the first country to open an underwater burial site for CO2 and also import the gas from other countries.
A sneak peek at Lufthansa’s luxurious new first class suites
The airline's CEO has likened the new cabins to a hotel in the sky.
New data reveals the billionaires taking the most private jet flights
A 17-year-old is holding the world’s billionaires accountable for their private jet flights.
Why are campaigners slamming Lufthansa’s new Green Fares?
Campaigners say that the only way to reduce the environmental impact of flying is ‘not to take the flight in the first place.’
Companies warned people are willing to quit over climate inaction
The sentiment is even stronger among young people suggesting the trend could continue to grow.
How much CO2 is actually being removed from the air every year?
Forests are mostly to thank - with new tech only responsible for 0.1% of carbon dioxide removal so far, according to a new report.
Research shows the shocking carbon footprint of car-driving computers
Self-driving car emissions have the potential to be an “enormous problem”, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have warned.
What is your climate shadow? Learn the new climate lingo for 2023
“Words matter because they can shape our perceptions, beliefs, and behaviour. In the policy realm, they guide decisions and actions," says climate linguistics expert Susan Joy Hassol. So how will we talk about climate in 2023?
This two-seater electric car can fold itself up to fit tight spaces
Automaker NTD Energy believes its foldable concept car could help solve urban transport problems.
Train travel converts share how they take amazing trips without flying
Going flight-free will be the best new year’s resolution you ever make, according to these train travel converts.
WATCH: Greenpeace activists stage Black Friday protest in Madrid
On Friday Greenpeace activists in Madrid targeted shops holding sales, with signs such as ‘made for the bin’. The group says the high levels of consumerism and production encouraged by the reductions leads to higher levels of carbon dioxide emissions, as well as unnecessary waste.
Budget traveller? You might have to give these destinations a miss
Countries implementing schemes to target rich travellers say it aims to combat overtourism and safeguard the environment.
Fossil fuel emissions set to reach record high in 2022
The Ukraine war and COVID recovery will push global emissions to record-breaking levels this year.
How to make a positive impact on the places you visit in 2023
Regenerative travel seeks to positively impact, preserve and protect the environment long after your holiday is over.
Complaints filed over 'misleading' World Cup carbon neutral claims
Environmental groups in several European countries have filed complaints with advertising regulators, calling into question claims that the FIFA World Cup will be carbon neutral.
Reducing car use can help you manage your finances more than you know
Making driving an attractive option overlooks the hidden costs of using your car. Reducing use can help save you money and help the environment.
Carbon capture plant to catch 5 million tonnes of CO2 per year by 2030
If it operates to schedule, the ‘Project Bison’ carbon removal facility will be the largest in the world, sucking up 5 million metric tonnes of carbon per year.
Will customers choose wisely now carbon emissions are on the menu?
Would a carbon count affect your order at a restaurant?