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Don't blame nature for this warming world

Today 12:00pm - The only period in which the world’s climate has changed everywhere and at the same time is right now.

Singapore expects to pay $72b for climate peace of mind

Today 12:00pm - low-lying Singapore could spend $US72 billion or more over the next 50 to 100 years to adapt to climate change and rising sea levels, according to its prime minister.

Australian power stations among most toxic

Today 12:00pm - Power stations in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley and New South Wales’s Lake Macquarie region have been named on a list of the world’s biggest hotspots for toxic air pollution.

Saying climate change is real could bring trouble

Today 12:00pm - Canadian environment charities have been warned that discussing the dangers of climate change during the upcoming federal campaign could get them into trouble.

World’s largest electric ferry enters service

Today 12:00pm - An all-electric ferry, purported to be the world’s largest, has completed its first voyage between two Danish islands, as the shipping sector gears up for strict new emission laws.

Changing waves add to coastline worries

Tuesday - A warming planet will alter ocean waves along more than 50 per cent of the world’s coastlines, according to research published today.

Global fossil fuels trifecta: Russia 1, Saudi 2, Australia 3

Tuesday - Australia’s role as a leader in the global fossil fuel trade is underscored by a report that finds it is the world’s third-biggest exporter and fifth-biggest miner of fossil-related emissions.


China and allies challenge UN chief’s climate vision

Tuesday - Emerging economies have called on rich countries to meet their pre-2020 climate targets and ramp up climate finance.

OPINION: This is crunch point for our oceans

Tuesday - By GILLIAN ANDERSON | A new ocean treaty hangs in the balance. Our leaders must act boldly, and grasp the opportunity to protect these wild spaces.

SOIL STUDY: What's going on beneath our feet?

Tuesday - Scientists have completed one of the first studies of the impact of drought and warmer temperatures on living organisms below the ground.

Magnets could help rid oceans of microplastics

Monday - An army of tiny magnetic coils could dissolve microplastics from water, and possibly help us clean up waterways and oceans.

Green groups challenge US ban on scientists

Monday - US Environmental groups have appealed a court decision in their attempt to end the Environmental Protection Agency’s policy of excluding certain scientists from serving on its advisory boards.

Dirty shipping fuel margins plunge

Monday - Margins for European high sulphur fuel oil, used to power ships, sank last week as preparations for a global shift to cleaner maritime fuel next year start to weigh on prices.

PLANE SAILING: How will we travel the world in 2050?

Monday - Arresting the soaring increase in flying will be the first step towards a sustainable system of international travel – but how can it be done?

Boris Johnson’s partner pressures politicians

Carrie Symonds

Monday - Boris Johnson’s partner Carrie Symonds said politicians had a “gigantic responsibility to make the right decisions” over the climate crisis, in her first solo public appearance since moving into...

Can Morrison deliver on Pacific climate promises?

Friday - This week’s Pacific Islands Forum comes at an important time in the overall trajectory of Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s very personal commitment to an Australian “stepping up” in the Pacific.

Greta's young fans hungry for books about activists

Friday - The soaring popularity of the feisty, outspoken environmental advocate Greta Thunberg – who is only 16 – has caused a rise in young people seeking stories about saving the planet.

How Europe could power the world

Friday - Europe has enough space to create millions of wind turbines that could power the entire world until 2050, according to a new scientific analysis.

Warming worsens China's pollution problems

Friday - Efforts to curb air pollution in China, a country already facing dire health impacts from high levels of soot and smog, will likely become increasingly difficult as the planet warms, a new study...


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