Research is still underway to establish the exact role climate change could have played in Storm Daniel and the Libya flood.
On the day he announced hundreds of new North Sea oil and gas licenses prime minister Rishi Sunak told reporters that producing natural gas in the UK is “better for the climate” than importing it from abroad. He said that’s because it’s “far better to have it here at home rather than shipping it here…
The government will grant hundreds of new licences to extract oil and gas from the North Sea, Rishi Sunak said on Monday. The initial decision was announced last year, but Mr Sunak reiterated the plan this week alongside “millions of pounds” for so-called “carbon capture and storage” technology — which the government says would help reduce…
This summer has already been marked as another year with record-breaking heat right across the globe, from China to North Africa and North America to Europe. In the past week at least 34 people died from spreading wildfires in Algeria, while in the Greek island of Rhodes thousands were evacuated due to wildfires following extreme…
We’ve seen record-breaking temperatures across the world in the last few days, from Asia to North America, to the Antarctic.
Despite the warnings from nature, the Conservatives might be on the verge of reconsidering some of their green policies.
The world’s oceans have been heating to unprecedented levels in recent months, with some scientists debating whether the climate is changing beyond expectation. In the UK, June is now set to be the hottest on record. Similar records have been tumbling elsewhere and Antarctic ice has receded to its lowest point ever. The Met Office…
Climate change poses an unprecedented challenge to lawmakers across the globe. But today, the UK’s first and only Green MP Caroline Lucas announced she’d stand down at the next election.
Scientists have not yet said the exact role which the climate crisis has played in exacerbating wildfires in Canada, but we do know that increasing global heating will make wildfires like these more intense, and often longer lasting.
The developments in renewable energy and technology the world needs to tackle the climate crisis.
Flooding in northern Italy has forced more than ten thousand people to flee their homes.
United Nations’ scientists have warned that global temperatures are set to rise by the crucial 1.5 degree threshold in the next five years, with potentially devastating consequences.
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Will the UK government’s new plan to reach net zero actually work?
“Strikingly unprepared” – that’s the stark verdict from the UK’s climate change committee about the country’s current status when it comes to adapting to environmental change.