Yes, Reindeer are Threatened by Climate Change

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INEOS Shale to Challenge Scottish Fracking Ban in the Courts – ‘Predictable and Desperate’...

By Ruth Hayhurst, DrillOrDrop INEOS Shale announced today it has lodged a petition to challenge the Scottish Government’s decision to “effectively ban” onshore unconventional oil...

What Theresa May’s Cabinet Reshuffle Means for Energy and Climate Change

After a day of speculation about who would move where, prime minister Theresa May has revealed her new cabinet - and like the majority...

UK Government Details Plan to Phase Out Coal by 2025

The government today announced how the UK expects to phase out coal generation by 2025 — by making it impossible for plants to generate...

Republicans Pushing Oil-Friendly Tax Bill Received Significant Donations from BP Employees

Several top Republican lawmakers behind the new US tax bill received donations from oil giant BP’s employee political action committee (PAC), data shows. The...

Exclusive: Global Sea Level Data Agency Hits Back After Unfounded Attacks from Breitbart and...

A British government-backed research project that co-ordinates data from tide gauges around the world has hit back at climate science deniers who wrongly accused...

Public Transport Price Hikes Are Costing the Commuter and the Climate

Op-ed by Stephen Joseph, Chief Executive, Campaign for Better Transport The New Year was marked, as in previous years, by rises in rail fares and lots...

Here’s What to Look Out For on Climate Change in 2018

As 2017 came to a close, warnings of the catastrophic impact of climate change intensified. Devastating floods and hurricanes have highlighted the vulnerability of...

DeSmog UK’s Climate Year in Review

From the endless stream of news surrounding Brexit and Trump to devastating extreme weather events across the globe, 2017 has been a monumental year. So, as...

Looking Back Over the Year: 11 Faces of 2017

1. Theresa May What a year the prime minister has had. An election she won but also basically lost, Brexit negotiations that she’s pretty much losing...

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