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What will the world be like after coronavirus?

Wednesday - From an economic perspective, there are four possible futures post-covid-19: a descent into barbarism, a robust state capitalism, a radical state socialism, and a transformation into a big society built on mutual aid.

Report reveals massive plastic pollution of drinks firms

Wednesday - Four global drinks giants are responsible for more than half-a-million tonnes of plastic pollution in six developing countries each year, enough to cover 83 football pitches every day, according to a report.

Our war with the environment is leading to pandemics

Tuesday - The Global covid-19 crisis and the climate and biodiversity crises are deeply connected, health experts say.

Pandemic recovery needs green strings attached

Monday - Governments and financial institutions are under growing pressure to make economic bailouts designed to counter the coronavirus pandemic dependent on climate action in the longer term.

Scientists seek signs of economic shock on CO2 levels

Friday - Scientists are monitoring the atmosphere at a mountaintop in Hawaii for clues that the coronavirus will be the first economic shock in more than 60 years to slow a rise in carbon dioxide levels that are heating the planet.

Pandemic leading to huge drop in air pollution

Friday - The coronavirus pandemic is shutting down industrial activity and temporarily slashing air pollution levels around the world, satellite imagery shows.

Too early to predict impact, says WMO

26 Mar 20 - The World Meteorological Organisation says it’s too soon to predict the impact the covid-19 pandemic will have on climate change.


Oil eyes $10 as world runs out of storage space

26 Mar 20 - The world might soon run out of space to store its extra oil as Saudi Arabia prepares to increase fossil fuel production.

Shell to slash $9 billion from spending

25 Mar 20 - Royal Dutch Shell plans to slash $9 billion from its spending plans to weather the collapse in oil market prices in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

Closures will cut emissions - but not by much

Prof James Renwick

24 Mar 20 - Shutting down the global airline industry for good would deliver only a fraction of the emissions reductions needed in a year to avert disastrous levels of climate change, an expert says.

Climate change is harder to spot in some places

24 Mar 20 - Changeable weather in mid-latitude countries might have masked the impact of climate crisis up to now, a new study finds.

Why planners must look beyond history to judge risks

24 Mar 20 - Predictions based on past weather extremes are dramatically underestimating growing threats of extreme heat and rain linked to warming, researchers find.

Virus forces climate activists to rethink tactics

23 Mar 20 - The coronavirus pandemic has created a quandary for the climate activists just as the movement has achieved unprecedented momentum.

The frightening origins of coronavirus

20 Mar 20 - In November 2002, a 46-year-old man from the Chinese coastal province of Guangdong developed a fever and struggled to breathe.

Study fingers US banks as largest fossil fuel financers

19 Mar 20 - A new analysis from a coalition of environmental groups has found that four US banks are the world’s largest fossil fuel financers.

Pandemic plays havoc with climate legislation

Zali Steggall

19 Mar 20 - Debate on new climate action is being delayed in Australia and the United States because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Blame the rich, says university study

18 Mar 20 - The rich are primarily to blame for the global climate crisis, a study by the University of Leeds of 86 countries claims.

Air pollution likely to increase virus death rate

18 Mar 20 - The health damage inflicted on people by long-standing air pollution in cities is likely to increase the death rate from coronavirus infections, experts have said.

Virus could hurt growth of solar power

18 Mar 20 - Fallout from the global spread of the Covid-19 virus could deliver the first down year for global solar growth since at least the 1980s, a new report says.


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