Much of the debate regarding the environmental cost of childbearing is underpinned by one influential study. Given the global commitment to net zero, should this be revisited?
The culpability for Pakistan’s catastrophic floods rests with the government and wealthy polluter countries.
Cryptocurrency has a substantial carbon footprint. Ethereum have taken steps to address this, but will others follow suit?
Online life produces a surprising amount of emissions that need to be tackled alongside physical e-waste.
The emission reduction targets outlined for Canadian fertilizer use will not lead to food shortages and food insecurity.
Most claiming to be compatible with the climate agreement show a strong continuing reliance on natural gas and coal.
The important change sends a direct signal for more investment in renewable energy, and comes not a moment too soon.
Almost 35 years after the US Senate was first warned about climate change, it has passed a bill. Here’s what it means for Australia.
Labor’s new tax cut is a far cry from what’s needed to meet Australia’s target of 89% new car sales being electric by 2030.
Despite being a major contributor of global carbon emissions, concrete remains a popular construction material. Research suggests this needs to change.
If the UK government is to cut methane emissions by 30% before 2030, it needs fewer cows and more crops.
Our research shows the best changes individuals can make to cut carbon emissions and reduce the effects of climate change.
The concept of the carbon footprint can do more than just make us feel guilty about the climate cost of our everyday lives.
The New Zealand government has set the goal of net zero by 2050 but to get there, New Zealanders will need to let go of our big cars and embrace smaller options.
Research shows large-scale reliance on carbon capture risks postponing climate action too far into the future.
Even if all passenger vehicles sold today were electric, it would take more than ten years for the Australian road fleet to be fully electric.
Humanity is off track to keeping global warming to 1.5℃. But if we pull out all stops, we’ve still got a chance.
What should be done to enhance Indonesia’s emission trading scheme’s accountability? We list three points to consider to further enhance the scheme’s transparency.
As climate change pressures intensify, ecosystems may lose their ability to bounce back from disasters.
Many see carbon markets as key to channelling billions of dollars into reducing carbon emissions and protecting forests, but they also put the well-being of communities at risk.