Even without new fossil fuel projects, global warming will still exceed 1.5℃. But renewables might make it possible – The Conversation AU
The International Energy Agency (IEA) last month made global headlines when it declared there is no room for new fossil fuel investment if we’re to avoid catastrophic climate change. However, our new research suggests the horse may have already bolted….
Opponents of geoengineering warned yesterday that humans could harm Earth by manipulating the atmosphere to reduce global warming.
The CEO of Royal Dutch Shell PLC said yesterday that he doesn’t think a historic court ruling against the oil supermajor will cut global carbon emissions.
Progressive lawmakers spent months on the sidelines as the White House negotiated infrastructure with Republicans.
House Republicans are preparing to announce a new climate caucus focused on educating its members.
Stop burning our rights! What governments and corporations must do to protect humanity from the climate crisis – World – ReliefWeb
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CLIMATE CHANGE IS A HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS The climate emergency is a human rights crisis of unprecedented proportions. Climate change threatens the enjoyment of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of present and future generations and, ultimately,…
By Regina Asariotis Seaports are essential for global trade-led development, and for the ‘Blue Economy’. They provide access to global markets and supply-chains for all countries, and are integral to maritime transport, as well as fisheries, offshore energy development, and…
(University of Wisconsin-Madison) If you’re wearing gold jewelry right now, there’s a good chance it came from an illegal mining operation in the tropics and surfaced only after some rainforest was sacrificed, according to a team of University of Wisconsin researchers who studied regulatory efforts to curb some of these environmentally damaging activities.
Wednesday, June 2, 2021 In the past month, a number of landmark developments have occurred in climate change law in Australia and overseas, which have the potential to materially impact emissions-intensive corporations and projects. These reflect the ongoing willingness of…