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Australia Ranks Dead Last in World For Climate Action, According to Recent UN Report

Australia has come in last place for climate action according to the United Nations latest Sustainable Development Report. The report aims to assess the progress of nations towards achieving the Susta…

Corporate Accountability for Climate Impact: New Legal Norm

Experts state that scientific advances are bound to make it easier to attribute climate breakdown associated damages to the activities of companies. Companies could soon be facing a renewed movemen…

NATO Turns To Face Climate Threat

A 2019 study discovered that if the U.S. military were a nation state, it would rank as the planet’s 47th largest contributor of planet-warming greenhouses. While the British universities of Durham…

The most important scientific discovery of our time: NetFlix

One of Australia’s leading coral reef scientists was seen breaking down in tears as a result of the decline witnessed at the Great Barrier Reef in Sir David Attenborough’s new documentary just release…

New IEA report gives meaning to Net Zero – five key insights

A large proportion of nations, companies, and cities are aiming to record net-zero emissions in order to meet climate goals. The International Energy Agency has formulated a plan to achieve this. The …

Lowering Methane Emissions Is The Fastest Way To Slow Global Heating- UN Report

Cattle, rotting waste and fossil fuels produce greenhouse gases responsible for 30% of the global heating. A new UN report states that cutting methane emissions is important to handling the climat…

Increasing Climate Change Promises are Moving the Needle

Recent promises concerning climate change made by major countries could bring the earth a fraction closer to the possibility of a more stable climate. This is the analysis suggested by the Climate Act…

Shocking results for nature’s climate change resilience – Retracing a century old wild life survey

When Berkely researchers following in the steps of Joseph Grinnell, a biologist who over a century ago developed a pioneering survey of California’s wildlife, began sampling birds and small mammals in…

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Corporate Accountability for Climate Impact: New Legal Norm

Experts state that scientific advances are bound to make it easier to attribute climate breakdown associated damages to the activities of companies. Companies could soon be facing a renewed movement of legal action seeking to hold them accountable for their greenhouse gas emissions, as a result of advances in climate …

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NATO Turns To Face Climate Threat

Leaders of the Western military alliance have agreed to a climate action plan that makes their armed forces carbon-neutral by 2050

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The most important scientific discovery of our time: NetFlix

Netflix states that the film, just released, centres around David Attenborough and Swedish Professor Johan Rockström’s research and records “the most important scientific discovery of our time.

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New IEA report gives meaning to Net Zero – five key insights

The IEA has released its long-awaited roadmap highlighting how the globe’s energy sector could slash its planet-heating emissions to net zero in 30 years

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Lowering Methane Emissions Is The Fastest Way To Slow Global Heating- UN Report

The new UN report discovered that methane emissions can be halved by 2030 with existing technology and at a reasonable cost. A large proportion of the actions involved will actually make money

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Increasing Climate Change Promises are Moving the Needle

Recent and increasing promises concerning climate change made by major countries could bring the earth a fraction closer to the possibility of a more stable climate.

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Shocking results for nature’s climate change resilience – Retracing a century old wild life survey

When Berkely researchers following in the steps of Joseph Grinnell, a biologist who over a century ago developed a pioneering survey of California’s wildlife, began sampling birds and small mammals in the Mojave Desert, they expected the harsh conditions would magnify population changes driven by the climate crisis. “We knew …

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Tech billionaires’ Ironman approach to climate change vs. planting trees

3 of the 5 richest individuals in the world, are all aiming to create new technologies which can lower the world’s carbon emissions and fight climate change. What are the options?

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World First Net Zero Company Benchmark of the World’s Largest Corporate Emitters

Climate Action 100+, a $54 trillion investor coalition, released a report that evaluated several companies’ climate change performance.

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