Net zero strategy shows UK will miss 2030 emissions cuts target
The UK government has said it is still on track to meet its international climate commitments under the Paris agreement, as analysis of its energy plans suggested more drastic policies would be needed to make the required carbon cuts. Ministers…
Globally, Net Zero Plans Are In A Complete Shambles
The collectivist Net Zero political project is starting to come apart before our very eyes. Making everyone poor, cold, hungry, and confined to small living territories was always a tall political ask, but decades of green virtue-signaling, backed by a…
How wildlife can help curb global warming
A new study shows that protecting wildlife can play a huge role in carbon storage and limiting climate change. Read what animals make a big difference.
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Food prices are expected to rise more, and cost may be too heavy to bear for many
Climate crisis may undo last century’s achievement in curbing extreme hunger
Most heat action plans in India are not suited to local contexts: Study
Indian heat action plans do not take humidity, hot nights and duration of continuous heat into consideration; they are poor at identifying and targeting vulnerable groups
India slipping on way to meeting UN-mandated SDGs: CSE-DTE
Country facing challenges in 11 of the 17 SDGs; states’ individual performances ranked as well
‘Water unites us all’: UN chief makes plea for unity to stave off crisis – video
The United Nations’ first meeting on water in nearly half a century drew towards a close on 24 March with hopes that it would spur political momentum and fears that too little is being done to tackle chronic water stress…
New California bill could advance carbon removal while holding polluters accountable – The Hill
New California bill could advance carbon removal while holding polluters accountable | The Hill Skip to content FILE – Gen Nashimoto, of Luminalt, installs solar panels in Hayward, Calif., on April 29, 2020. Earlier this week, the newest report from…
CT legislators split along party lines over trash and global warming – The Connecticut Mirror
Engaging in debates over policy and process, legislators split along party lines Friday as the Environment Committee sent to the floors of the House and Senate two bills addressing Connecticut’s struggle to manage solid waste disposal and curb climate change….
Dutch Farmers Fighting Mandatory Land Buyouts To Meet EU Climate Targets
Brussels has warned furious Dutch farmers that compulsory farm buyouts are the only way for the Netherlands to meet its EU climate targets. Climate chief Frans Timmermans said the European Commission would explain the green laws to Caroline van der…