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If you want to escape civilisation and head into the unaltered wilderness you may be in for a shock: it doesn’t exist.
Warm seas are causing coral ‘bleaching’ in one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots.
What we need now are not ‘positive trends’ on emissions, but radical step changes.
Low-lying islands helped guide the ambitious narrative of COP21 – next time, they should guide the policy.
Success in dealing with common resources on a smaller scale proves it’s not impossible to manage the biggest common resource of all – planet Earth.
Each year more than 15 billion trees are lost worldwide, according to a major new study.
Humanity is on course for a population greater than 11 billion by the end of this century, according to the latest analysis from the UN’s population division. In a simple sense, population is the root…
Even if humans survive the planet will never be the same again.
There’s no point promoting renewable technology if all the power still resides with fossil fuel firms.
A major new study looks at the risk global warming poses to the world’s plants and animals – it’s not good news.