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Metro › 11 hours ago
They said their stunt symbolised politicians' broken promises over airport expansion
The Independent › Politics › 1 day ago
‘Politicians cannot be trusted to protect the planet while they’re taking money from the biggest polluters,’ say climate protesters
UPI › 1 day ago
The world's oceans are running out of oxygen, threatening many species of fish, says a new report from the conservation group IUCN.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette › Finance › 1 day ago
Traditionally, Ford uses plastic and talc to make its headlamp housing
The New York Times › Finance › 3 days ago
The World Bank said its board on Thursday adopted a new plan to aid China with $1 billion (£779.42 million) to $1.5 billion in low-interest loans annually through June 2025, despite the objections of U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and several...
CNN › 3 days ago
UPS, Amazon and DHL will be allowed to make deliveries with e-bikes in lower Manhattan, in time for the holiday rush.
Axios › 4 days ago
Data: Global Carbon Project; Chart: Axios VisualsA major new report on global carbon dioxide emissions growth is largely bad news, but if you squint you can find some (rather small) bright spots.Driving the news: The rate of increase decelerated this...
The Guardian › 4 days ago
Extinction Rebellion protesters dressed as bees ‘swarm’ Lib Dem battlebus in south London demanding more ambitious targets for reducing carbon emissions
The Independent › Opinions › 4 days ago
We are supposed to be closing all coal mines, not opening gigantic new ones. Plans for the UK's first deep coal mine in Cumbria is a national emergency that needs urgent action to stop.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 5 days ago
A government adviser facing claims he obtained doctored figures used by Energy Minister Angus Taylor to attack Sydney's Lord Mayor will keep his job.
Washington Post › 5 days ago
Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels and industry rose 0.6 percent this year, according to the Global Carbon Project. Emissions have risen for three consecutive years.
Forbes › 6 days ago
The science is in. We need to significantly reduce our carbon emissions to limit the amount of warming our planet undergoes as a consequence of climate change. The good news is, technology is rising up to meet this challenge. The bad news is it needs...
Business Insider › Automobile › 6 days ago
Fuel efficiency has improved dramatically in recent years. The average car sold in the United States gets an average of around 25 miles per gallon (MPG). We looked at the most fuel-efficient vehicles on the market today, as well as the least fuel...
The New York Times › 1 week ago
As world leaders gather in Spain to discuss how to slow the warming of the planet, a spotlight falls on China — the top emitter of greenhouse gases.
Washington Times › Lifestyle › 1 week ago
Child activist Greta Thunberg refused to fly back to Europe from her trip to the U.S. and the United Nations, instead sailing across the Atlantic on a yacht rather than emit carbon by taking a plane.
The New York Times › 1 week ago
Already at risk from rains, flooding and open sewers, slum-dwellers who live by the ocean in the Indian financial capital Mumbai are vulnerable to rising seas caused by global warming and say the government should help them move to safer locations.
The Wall Street Journal › 1 week ago
Airlines are under mounting pressure to improve their environmental credentials, but have few good options
Express › 1 week ago
JOHN MCDONNELL lost it when BBC host Justin Webb laughed at his party pledge to plant two billion trees by 2040 under Labour's latest policies to tackle climate change.
The Guardian › 1 week ago
The European parliament declares a 'climate and environmental emergency'
New York Post › 1 week ago
BEIJING — China has realized its 2020 target for reducing carbon emissions ahead of schedule, the ecology and environment ministry reported Wednesday. The ministry said China’s CO2 emissions per unit of GDP had fallen last year by 4 percent from a...
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