by Anne MacLennan Dubai COP28 in Dubai was the first climate summit to officially recognise the interdependence of sustainable agriculture, resilient food systems and climate action, in a Declaration signed by 160 countries, including the UK, last November. The...
Car Free Day takes place every year to encourage us to reimagine our transport system. Could you take action?
The International Energy Agency has published a 10 point plan for reducing oil demand, which would cut oil use by more than half Russia’s exports within four months.
Almost 60% of oil and gas reserves and 90% of coal must remain in the ground to keep global warming below 1.5C, says a study in the journal Nature. Globally, the researchers calculated, production of fossil fuels needed to have peaked in 2020 and be on a steady...
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.
Single-use products have proliferated during the COVID19 pandemic, but re-usable products do not increase the risk of virus transmission. Find out why and how to support businesses to return to refill.
In November 2020 more than 350 young campaigners in 150 countries met virtually in a Mock COP26 event to decide on action to tackle climate change. They produced a unified global statement from the youth of the world, outlining their demands for ambitious and...
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 world is being put at “extreme risk” by the failure of economics to take account of the rapid depletion of the natural world and needs to find new measures of success to avoid a catastrophic breakdown, a landmark review has concluded.
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.