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Both when disaster strikes and when climate change has more everyday impacts, community radio stations play a leading role in helping locals understand and adapt to the challenges they face.
Technologies which can capture carbon from power station chimneys or even directly from the air are being developed.
The UK is focusing on carbon capture and storage technologies but the future is uncertain.
Has climate action bogged down? Hardly. Nations are redoubling their efforts in visible and less visible ways.
Participants during the closing ceremony of the UN Climate Summit COP27. Photo by Christophe Gateau/picture alliance.
African leaders must take radical actions to strengthen the continent’s voice and participation in future events.
A rally to free John Zarb, December 1968.
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The climate emergency is in many ways the Vietnam of today’s young people. The 50th anniversary of the release of resisters to that conflict should give today’s decision-makers pause for thought.
People are starting to notice the weather and climate, and to understand climate change better than ever before.
Digital technologies like drones are being heavily promoted to address the threats of climate change and biodiversity loss.
Digital technologies have the potential to yield positive results, if co-developed and used ethically with Indigenous communities.
If all countries in the world followed Indonesia’s target, the global temperature would rise by 4°C by 2050.
We assessed 187 ASX200 companies – together they produce 32% of Australia’s operational emissions.
The seven climate superpowers joining forces to fight climate change.
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A new website, based on workshops with young Australians, outlines practical ways to deal with climate distress.
The global carbon offsets market is set to continue growing, but scientists and environmentalists remain sceptical.
Carbon offsetting is often met with scepticism, but a new report suggests that if correctly designed it can be an important part of the net zero transition.
Wet'suwet'en Chief Madeek reacts with his middle finger to protest the Royal Bank of Canada’s funding of the Coastal GasLink pipeline and other fossil fuel investments in Toronto in April 2022.
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Sen. Rosa Galvez has called for ambitious and coherent government intervention to address the risks financial institutions pose to climate. Here’s why Canadians must rally around her.
Climate change affects groups very differently. Here’s how Australians facing climate shifts now are responding.
Buildings sit in the water along the shore following Hurricane Fiona in Rose Blanche-Harbour Le Cou, Nfld. Fiona left a trail of destruction across much of Atlantic Canada.
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Amid a number of major crises, the world clearly needs radical change. But what will it look like? The desire to return to pre-pandemic ‘normal’ is powerful, but ‘normal’ is what got us where we are today.
Myths about the relative costs of tackling climate change continue to hold back progress.
The findings of a new study suggest mistrust in climate science and uncritical faith in “alternative science” lead people to reject consensus science and generate alternative explanations.
The new prime minister Liz Truss has announced plans to reverse the fracking ban and drill for more North Sea gas.
Liz Truss has appointed a loyal cabinet with varied environmental credentials. What will this mean for UK climate action?
Joelle Gergis pictured in 2020 following the Black Summer bushfires.
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The science tells us this is our last chance to avert planetary disaster. Accepting our feelings of intense loss – for ourselves and the Earth – can propel us into action, writes Joelle Gergis.
Offshore wind farms will assist in the renewable energy transition and offset the effects of climate change.
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While a US transition to renewable energy by 2030 is possible, streamlined policies with clear goals and incentives are necessary to get there, says an industrial engineering professor.
The Greens backed Labor’s moderate emissions cuts to avoid being seen as unwilling to compromise. But it’s only the start of a new wrestle over climate ambition.