Changes in Atlantic currents may have dire climate implications for the...

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Without modifying human behaviour we run the risk of violent weather swings and a drastic effect on crops and ocean lifeThe ocean circulation that...

The week in wildlife – in pictures

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The best of the week’s wildlife pictures, including a bat rescue mission and knitted nests for injured birds Continue reading...

CO2 emissions: nations’ pledges ‘far away’ from Paris target, says UN

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Secretary general António Guterres says first assessment of promises amounts to ‘red alert for our planet’The first assessment of countries’ pledges to cut their...

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New renewable energy capacity hit record levels in 2019

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Almost three-quarters of new electricity generation capacity built in 2019 uses renewable energy, representing an all-time record. New data from the International Renewable Energy...

Australia after the bushfires

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Child labour, toxic leaks: the price we could pay for a greener future

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The battle to stave off Earth's looming climate crisis is driving engineers to develop hosts of new green technologies. Wind and solar plants are...

As time becomes kaleidoscopic, I find it unbearable to think too far into my...

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The sense of time-slip begins during the summer megafires. Walking my children home from school in Sydney under a red sun I have the...

Boris Johnson under pressure to ensure green recovery in UK

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Boris Johnson and his cabinet are coming under increasing pressure to ensure the economic stimulus helps to shift the UK to a low-carbon future,...