The International Energy Agency has concluded that to avoid exceeding the 1.5 C target, there much be no new fossil fuel development from now on. Yet, the UK Government is considering allowing drilling in the Cambo oilfield, 75 miles west of Shetland.
UK Government net zero aviation strategy – continued passenger growth but with biofuels and new technology!
The UK government is consulting on its approach and principles to reach net zero aviation by 2050. Essentially the solutions proposed are based around bio-fuels and new technologies, with little emphasis given on reducing demand for air travel - which is assumed to...
Watch Stop Climate Chaos international press conference on the steps needed to achieve a true green recovery and why the climate crisis and global inequality cannot be solved without solutions based on climate justice.
Two podcasts exploring the possibilities and challenges, including production, distribution and costs, of building hydrogen into the UK energy system.
This new short animation explores the extraordinary story of peat and carbon, by IUCN UK Peatland Programme.
Greenpeace and the Environmental Investigation Agency report on what supermarkets are really doing to cut plastic.
Jonathon Porritt explains how securing a stable climate for the future of humankind depends as much on recarbonising natural systems, as it does on decarbonising our industrial economy.
The UK government’s decision to allow a new coal mine in west Cumbria is criticised by campaigners, scientists and the UK’s own Committee on Climate Change, for increasing emissions and undermining the UK’s credibility in COP26 climate negotiations. Sign Greenpeace’s petition.
It is estimated that one kilogramme of nitrous oxide warms the atmosphere about 300 times the amount than one kilogramme of carbon dioxide does over a 100-year timescale, so anything that reduces nitrous oxide emissions is worth considering seriously. Scientists from...
The pledge will be a key discussion theme at a biodiversity summit later this year, but there is scepticism about whether countries will actually deliver on it, given the world’s failure to meet a single one of the 20 Aichi biodiversity targets agreed in Japan in 2010.