The Davos effect – Climate Weekly

Sign up to get our weekly newsletter straight to your inbox, plus breaking news, investigations and extra bulletins from key events The post The Davos...

Australia’s climate change splits hamper long-term bushfire fixes

'We need to re-invent and re-think the management of our landscape,' say bushfire experts, warning adapting to climate change will require bipartisan political support...

Germany agrees pay-out to states and companies in coal phase-out deal

The federal government has struck a deal with the country's coal-producing regions to phase out hard coal by 2035 The post Germany agrees pay-out to...

Draft UN plan sets target to protect 30% of planet by 2030

January 16th, 2020 At least 30 per cent of the planet must be protected in order to tackle the biodiversity crisis in the coming decade, the United...

Latest news

Popular Articles

Florida man arrested for stealing sea turtle eggs

He's given a whole new meaning to "poached eggs." Link to full source: Florida man arrested for stealing sea turtle eggs

Combined Soils and Land Use Research Workshops 2013 – Programme

Combined Soils and Land Use Research Workshops 2013 - Programme ISIS Stakeholder Workshop & EPA Soils and Land Use Research Planning Workshop Summary: Programme of the...

Aerosol-weakened summer monsoons decrease lake fertilization on the Chinese Loess Plateau

The Chinese Loess Plateau (CLP) is the cradle of Chinese civilization, and environmental changes in this region have influenced the historical trajectory of ancient...

A closer look at how rich countries “outsource” their CO2 emissions to poorer ones.

For years now, carbon dioxide emissions in the United States and Europe have been steadily falling — an encouraging sign of progress in the...