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The government wants Austrians to ditch their cars and take to public transport as vehicle emissions remain persistently high.
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It's not that we don’t need to remind people of the speed or severity of the damage being caused to the planet. But if we want to bring people to our side, it can’t be the dominant ingredient in our messaging, Israel Butler writes.
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The cities were ranked on measures like EV charging points and bike schemes.
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Booking.com told Euronews that many people want to lower their carbon footprints when travelling, even if it means paying more.
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Children’s needs are being ‘woefully neglected’ by international climate funds, according to a damning new report.
Paris protest in support of extremist climate activist group SLT
The dissolution procedure for SLT was launched in March after around 5,000 protesters battled with more than 3,000 police officers during a protest against a giant irrigation reservoir near Sainte-Soline in western France.
Swiss citizens vote yes to ‘essential’ new climate law
A majority of voters in Switzerland rejected the opposition's framing of the Climate and Innovation Act as an ‘electricity sinkhole’.
Swiss voters back new climate law despite opposition from nationalists
The nationalist Swiss People's Party had raised objections over the bill, warning such measures would cause energy bills to rise. But scientists and environmental groups argued the country's melting glaciers could soon vanish completely.
Activists mount pressure on German government to sign heating bill
On Friday, climate activists in Berlin marched to the German Chancellery, calling on the federal government to quit arguing and agree on its proposed climate policy.
Young Americans bring first US constitutional climate case to court
The group say their lives are already being affected by climate change including worsening wildfires and drought.
EU and US lawmakers say oil exec 'unsuitable' to chair climate summit
In an open letter, the lawmakers urged the EU, US and UN to 'engage in diplomatic efforts to secure the withdrawal of the president-designate of COP28.'
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Yasmeen Lari was awarded the 2023 Royal Gold Medal by the Royal Institute of British Architects for her dedication to using architecture to change people's lives.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says lives depend on climate action
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Brussels, my love? Is radical activism hurting the climate cause?
Panelists discussed the ongoing debate about whether the climate crisis justifies any form of protest, even if it's most annoying for fellow citizens.
Berlin fuel summit hears calls for an end to the fossil fuel age
Germany's foreign minister has said it is time to ring in the end of the fossil fuel age, and to introduce targets for renewables for the next COP climate change summit. Annalena Baerbock was speaking at the Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin.
Meet the secret activists who fight climate change deniers on Twitter
Digital activists spoke to us on the condition of anonymity due to the daily threats they receive.
Climate activists heap up 650,000 cigarette butts in Portugal
The campaigners collected enough stubs to fill 40 plastic buckets, then emptied them into a mound to raise awareness about the often-overlooked form of pollution.
Countries could be forced to take climate action, following UN vote
The ICJ will clarify what countries must do about climate change and the legal consequences they'll face if they don’t.
Palm-grove runway show promotes green fashion in Iraq
Young designers in Iraq made a stand against fast fashion and global warming in an environmentally friendly catwalk show held at a palm grove
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