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Companies are eyeing up an ‘entire galaxy’ below ground, which could boost forest biodiversity while creating carbon credits.
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Thousands of climate activists vowed to defend a tiny village in western Germany from being bulldozed to make way for the expansion of a nearby coal mine
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Hundreds of bus routes in England will now cost you just £2
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In numbers: How London made way for cyclists and drove out drivers
Bike traffic rose by 66% in a decade, while cars are down by 10% thanks to the ULEZ, Low Emission Zone and Congestion Charge.
EU raises airline carbon emissions fees - but activists aren’t happy
The EU has struck a deal to make airlines pay more for pollution, but it will only apply to flights within the EU.
Lab-grown meat cleared for human consumption in the US
The FDA has approved a cultivated chicken product for human consumption, paving the way for lab-grown meat on the shelves.
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.
Billionaires generate million times more emissions than most people
125 ultra-wealthy individuals emit the equivalent greenhouse gas emissions of 85 million cars in a year.
Earth pushed to the brink of climate 'tipping points', scientists say
Global emissions need to be urgently cut to prevent us from heading down the path of runaway climate change.
Dutch students devise carbon-eating electric vehicle
The all-electric Zero Emission Mobility (ZEM) car uses carbon capture technology to absorb CO2 as it drives.
Could Irish farmers be forced to kill cattle to meet climate targets?
Ireland's agriculture sector accounts for 37.5 per cent of the country's greenhouse gas emissions and faces stringent cuts to meet climate targets.
Cutting emissions isn't enough to reach net zero. Here's why.
To reach its climate goals, the world needs to remove carbon from the atmosphere, using nature and technological solutions.
EU emissions down 34% in thirty years, climate targets need more
The EU has reduced its emissions by one-third in 30 years. While not on track for 2030 targets, the EU is calling on other countries to reduce their own.
Cycling like the Dutch would slash the world’s carbon footprint
If everybody cycled like the Dutch, we could offset Canada’s entire carbon footprint.
Shell, BP, Equinox threaten Paris climate goals, warns study
Fossil Fuel companies ‘decarbonisation pathways’ don’t do enough to prevent climate catastrophe, according to a new study.
Revealed: The world’s top 10 healthiest cities to stay fit and active
With running and outdoor exercise becoming extremely popular over the last few years, a new study reveals which cities have the best conditions to keep active.