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Advisers warn Britain must change how land is used to meet...

Climate advisers to the United Kingdom’s Conservative government have warned Britons should plant many more trees, eat less meat, cut food waste and restore...

Britain’s Prince Charles says climate change is humanity’s greatest threat

Britain’s Prince Charles has warned that global warming and climate change are the greatest threats humanity has faced, calling on business leaders at the...

Climate jitters hits as RBA told it may have to save...

As Australian business leaders grow increasingly worried climate change will hit their bottom lines and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned global warming was...

Late offshore wind finance surge pushes 2019 renewables investment past 2018

Investment in renewable energy capacity worldwide was $282.2 billion last year, up one per cent from 2018’s US$280.2 billion, with China, the world’s biggest...

Australia’s platypus fights for survival amid prolonged drought

Scientists have warned Australia’s iconic and unique platypus is under severe stress as the continent’s prolonged drought dries up river beds, leaving one of...

IEA warns oil companies doing nothing on emissions is not an...

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned oil and gas companies must boost investment in low carbon energies or face an increasing backlash that...

Climate change pushes investors to take the temperature

Move over revenue growth and dividend payouts: it’s time to take your portfolio’s temperature. Policymakers are pushing investors to do more to ensure their...

Microsoft to erase its carbon footprint, past and future by 2050

Computer giant Microsoft Corporation has set a new ambition among Fortune 500 companies in addressing climate change, pledging to remove as much carbon as...

Attenborough hits at Australia’s climate platform amid global ‘moment of crisis’

British naturalist Sir David Attenborough has said the "moment of crisis" has come in the fight against climate change, warning that governments' targets for...

European Union unveils trillion-euro ‘Green Deal’ financial plan

The European Commission has unveiled how the European Union can pay for shifting the region’s economy to net-zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2050...

WMO: 2019 was second-hottest year ever, more extreme weather ahead

The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has revealed last year was the Earth’s second-hottest since records began, and the world should brace itself for more...

World leaders fear for planet as they pack for ‘green’ Davos

Climate change and environmental destruction top the risks highlighted by world decision-makers in a survey ahead of the 2020 gathering of the global elite...

New climate models suggest Paris Agreement goals may be out of...

Scientists have warned new climate models show carbon dioxide (CO2) is a more potent greenhouse gas than previously understood, a finding that could push...

Climate scientists warn Australia’s massive bushfires could become routine

Scientists have warned bushfires ravaging Australia have provided a foretaste of the kinds of conditions that could become normal unless the world moves rapidly...

Despite Trump’s pledge of support US coal-fired power plants closing fast

According to data from the United States government and Thomson Reuters US coal-fired power plants shut down at the second-fastest pace on record in...

Professor Garnaut: Australia can have zero emissions and minerals profit

Professor Ross Garnaut has said Australia could have avoided the scale of the current devastating bushfires but he warned the situation would continue to...

Green groups urge Vic Labor government to ‘shut Yallourn in three...

Climate campaigners in the southern state of Victoria have urged the state Labor government to kickstart its new round of carbon emission cuts by...

Carmakers on collision course with climate policy due to soaring SUV...

Soaring demand for SUVs drove record sales for premium carmakers including BMW and Mercedes last year, leaving the industry on collision course with government...