It would have been the worst April Fool in history had it not be so utterly, devastatingly true. Confirmation that this year’s planned Cop26 climate
“We need hope, and trust in each other, to tackle the climate crisis.”
once such abuse reaches a particular volume and pitch, it spills over from the online world to real life
EU Green Deal a “surrender” says climate activists
Greta comes to Bristol, climate riots and UN refugee ruling
“Climate change could become a “catastrophic” threat to global security, as people lose their livelihoods, fall ill and battle over scarce water and food, a
Climate headlines: Greta in Bristol. Duke of Sussex in Edinburgh, calls for action.
Scotland’s largest lowland freshwater loch has burst its banks as threatened residents nearby brace themselves for a further 24-hr deluge of winter storms to come.
Incorporating more women at senior levels is essential
Former MEP and Mayor of Sheffield Magid Magid has heaped praise on the Fridays for Future activists, praising school climate strikers for making a stand.
Climate headlines: Twitter bots, Cop 26 and death of humanity.
The oil and gas industry may be more polluting than we even knew
“This project is an excellent example of what can be achieved with the right blend of academic expertise and industry know-how”.
Today’s headlines. What harm are we doing to our children, is it the end of Australia as we know it, words of wisdom from
They are the heartbeat of the movement
“This is not commitment. Our climate, and the UK’s reputation, cannot afford someone who is so lukewarm on biggest challenge we face.”
Mr Sharma said he was “delighted” at the role and was looking forward to an “exciting year ahead”.
“He shares their deep concern about climate change and will set out his low carbon ambition for the company.”
“COP26 in Glasgow has the potential to be a significant moment in our global efforts to tackle the climate crisis”
“It is the first order of this scale in Europe.”