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Oil companies make carbon promise to the Pope

Today 11:00am - Some of the major oil producers have pledged to support “economically meaningful” carbon pricing regimes after a personal appeal from Pope Francis.

It's all about microbes, say scientists

Today 11:00am - Humans’ ability to survive and adapt to the changing climate might come down to microbes.

Hydrogen could be big by 2050, say experts

Today 11:00am - Engineers say there is no technical reason why hydrogen cannot replace natural gas to make electricity, heat homes and for cooking.

More countries back EU neutrality goal

Today 11:00am - Germany, Greece, Italy and Slovenia have added their names to a growing list of EU countries supporting a carbon neutrality objective for 2050, increasing the chances that a deal will be struck at a summit later this week.

Deaths rise among reporters telling environment stories

Today 11:00am - Thirteen journalists who were investigating damage to the environment have been killed in recent years and many more are suffering violence, harassment, intimidation and lawsuits.

Hopes falter with coal still king across Asia

Tuesday - A depressing picture of global power generation has coal still firmly on top. And in a vicious cycle, the very heatwaves and winter freezes that high carbon emissions cause seem to be increasing them.

Warmer world will be more dangerous

Tuesday - A warmer world will be more dangerous. As the thermometer rises, so does the risk of conflict and bloodshed in more vulnerable regions.


Ireland has bold plan to tackle climate crisis

Tuesday - Ireland has unveiled an ambitious plan to tackle the climate emergency by weaning the state, businesses, farms and households off fossil fuels.

Drought forces Namibia to sell wild animals to highest bidder

Tuesday - Drought-hit Namibia has authorised the sale of at least 1000 wild animals – including elephants and giraffes – to limit loss of life and to raise money for conservation.

Poor nations could be future species guardians

Tuesday - Developing countries are better than richer nations at promising to protect important agricultural species in the future, but do less well in safeguarding existing biodiversity.

Aviation industry hears clamour for electric planes

Monday - Aerospace companies gathering for the Paris air show this week are turning their thoughts to a future run on electricity rather than fossil fuels.

Arctic permafrost melting 70 years ahead of time

Monday - Permafrost has begun thawing in the Canadian Arctic more than 70 years early because of climate change, according to new research.

A weekly walk in the woods works wonders for the soul

Monday - A dose of nature of just two hours a week is associated with better health and psychological wellbeing, scientists say.

Florida clears path for autonomous vehicles

Monday - Florida establishes a clear legal framework for self-driving cars to operate within the state.

Australia gives go-ahead to Adani mine

Friday - Australia has given the final approval for construction to begin on a controversial coal mine to be built by Indian company Adani.

Coal-dependent Japan sets neutral goal

Friday - Heavy on tech, light on any plans to tackle its coal dependency, Japan has released its climate legislation.

POWERHOUSE: Pentagon gas emissions higher than Portugal

Friday - The US creates more planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions through its defense operations alone than industrialised countries such as Sweden and Portugal.

App tracks deforestation - as it happens

Friday - A new website allows companies to track deforestation in their supply chains as it happens, with campaigners urging more effort to stop it.

Emissions from energy rise at fastest rate since 2011

13 Jun 19 - Carbon emissions from the global energy industry last year rose at the fastest rate in almost a decade.


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