Conservation scientists call for reverse to biodiversity loss

A group of international conservationists is urging governments across the globe to adopt a new approach to address the impact of economic development on...

Satellite tracking shows how ships affect clouds and climate

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Comment: Cuadrilla Has Failed in Lancashire, But Only a Full Ban Can End Fracking...

Read time: 4 minsBy Claire Stephenson, a campaigner with Frack Free Lancashire The announcement by the Conservative government last week, proclaiming they are ending their support...

Analysis: Why It’s Risky to Invest in Saudi Aramco’s Climate Wreckage Sale

Read time: 4 minsBy Andy Rowell for Oil Change International The board of the state-owned oil company of Saudi Arabia, known as Saudi Aramco, has given its final...

UK Government Implements Fracking Ban – For Now

Read time: 7 minsBy Ruth Hayhurst for Drill or Drop After seven years of promoting fracking, Conservative ministers have withdrawn their support and blocked the prospects...

Election 2019: The Anti-Climate Action MPs Standing Down

Read time: 4 minsMore than 60 MPs are standing down in the upcoming election. While it’s always sad to bid esteemed colleagues goodbye, some...

Is Fracking in Lancashire Really Dead? Not Quite…

Read time: 5 minsAfter almost a thousand days of protest, Cuadrilla has abandoned its fracking site at Preston New Road in Lancashire – but...

Oil Tycoon Joins Climate Science Deniers at 55 Tufton Street

Read time: 4 minsA businessman credited with helping spark the 1970s North Sea oil boom has moved into offices at 55 Tufton Street in...

Revealed: Tullow Oil’s Community Projects Having ‘Very Little Impact’ in Kenya’s Drought-Ravaged Turkana Region

Read time: 5 minsBritish company Tullow Oil is under fire for wasteful spending related to community projects intended to balance the damage done by...

Climate engineering: International meeting reveals tensions

At this point, the greatest danger of climate engineering may be how little is known about where countries stand on these potentially planet-altering technologies....

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