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Should ‘super emitters’ be taxed for climate impact of their income?
The richest 10% of US households responsible for 40% of the country’s emissions, a new study reveals.
El Niño's biggest impacts likely to be felt in 2024
Heat-trapping greenhouse gases and El Niño could see the world’s climate move ever further from what we are used to.
NASA: 2023 could break heat records - and 2024 will be even hotter
The biggest impacts of El Niño will be felt between February and April, NASA warns.
Can AI help eliminate polluting contrails from planes?
Contrails were slashed by 54% in this AI experiment - but we shouldn’t use it as an excuse to fly more.
Trees and renewables help India slash emissions rate by 33%
India’s greenhouse gas emissions rate fell by one-third in 14 years, sources reveal.
Did an undersea volcano eruption impact this summer’s heatwaves?
Scientists agree that human-caused climate change is by far the biggest cause - but what else is at play?
Almost 10,000 chickens died in transit on the UK’s hottest day
Heat stress hits livestock too: How can we adapt our food systems for better animal welfare?
Food for thought: 6 ways we can cut the CO2 in our meals
Food accounts for one-third of human-caused greenhouse gas emissions. Here's how we can pave the way to a greener future.
Iceland by electric car: My EV adventure in the Land of Fire and Ice
A green mindset and ample charging points make for the perfect sustainable road trip in Iceland.
New scientific report identifies "the fingerprints of climate change"
The fingerprints of climate change are all over the intense heat waves gripping the globe this month, an international study has found.
Feeding daffodil extract to cows could reduce methane emissions
A four-year trial is underway in the UK to determine whether feeding a compound found in daffodils to cows could reduce their production of the greenhouse gas, methane.
Military emissions should be subject to reporting, activists argue
Militaries account for 5.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions. So why don’t they have to report it?
Air pollution deaths: Exhaust fumes are the biggest killer in Europe
Air pollution is the largest environmental cause of mortality in Europe, according to a new study by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health.
France not ready for ‘serious impacts' of climate change, report warns
While greenhouse gas emissions have declined, experts say efforts are still ‘insufficient’ to reach 2030 targets.
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’.
This airline is asking passengers to step on the scales - here’s why
The carrier says it recognises that stepping on the scales can be ‘daunting’, but there are important safety reasons for it.
French farmers protest calls to 'sacrifice' cows for carbon savings
Cattle farmers say calls to cut the number of cows would mean more imported meat.
Tax the rich: Will France force the wealthy to fund its climate plan?
Suggestions on how to fund the climate transition from a recent report have been criticised by the French government.
Sow your fields with ‘biochar’ for climate benefits, farmers told
The nature-based carbon sequestration technology is particularly successful at lowering nitrous oxide emissions.
Is the EU the only place on Earth that has reduced its emissions?
French President Emmanuel Macron believes the 27 member bloc has already done more than other major economies to reduce emissions. Is it true?