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Study shows global carbon emissions slow but still reach new record

The world continued to increase the amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide it pumped into the atmosphere during 2019, but not as fast as in...

AEMO warns extreme heat risks power blackouts but solar reduces risk

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has warned extreme weather forecast for summer will reduce the reliability of power supply across Australia in the...

UN chief warns climate summit ‘don’t fiddle while the planet burns’

United Nations secretary-general Antonio Guterres has said the world must choose hope over surrender in the fight against climate change, warning a climate summit...

Coal creeps back in China as slowing economy overshadows climate ambitions

China is building more coal-fired power plants and approving dozens of new mines, despite assurances from the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter that it...

Guterres warns ‘war against nature must stop’ as climate talks begin

The world must stop a “war against nature” and find more political will to combat climate change, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said...

Poll shows environment is Australians prime worry for the first time

For the first-time the environment has surpassed healthcare, cost of living and the economy to be the number one concern for Australians. The Ipsos Issues...

European parliament declares climate emergency, ‘our house is on fire’

The European Parliament has voted to declare a "climate and environment emergency" in a symbolic gesture just ahead of the latest United Nations global...

Australia needs to show UNESCO it’s ‘walking the walk’ on Great...

Conservationists say an official Australian government report to the United Nations’ World Heritage committee to be released next week must show Australia has fresh...

Australia prepares for tough summer of fire, drought, heatwaves

Australia’s weather bureau has forecast the country’s fire and drought-ravaged east will suffer continued hot and dry conditions this summer, increasing the chances of...

Scientists warn world approaching alarming climate tipping points

A group of the world’s leading climate scientists have warned the globe is reaching a range of tipping points that could lead to rapid...

Incoming European Union head vows to fight ‘existential’ climate risks

German conservative Ursula von der Leyen has vowed to fight the “existential” threat of climate change while expanding economic growth as she sought European...

Developing nations clean energy investment slumps as financing in China slows

Latest research has shown that new investment in wind, solar, and other clean energy projects in developing nations dropped sharply in 2018, largely due...

UNEP warns Paris Agreement will fail unless deep carbon cuts by...

A new United Nations assessment has warned the world is in serious danger of failing on its UN sponsored Paris Agreement climate goals unless...

Global coal generation expected to drop by record amount this year

According to a new report coal, the fuel that powered the industrial revolution, may be in decline at last. The indications are that this year...

Greenhouse gas concentrations in atmosphere soar to another high

According to the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO.) levels of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have reached another new record high. This continuing long-term trend...

UN warns sustainable transport key to tackling the climate crisis

The critical role of the transport sector in achieving the goal of the United Nations sponsored Paris Climate Change Agreement to keep global temperature...

Milestone for renewable energy as City of Melbourne leads another bulk...

A group of Melbourne’s most prominent universities and businesses has joined together to a significant amount of renewable energy, supporting the industry and at...

Climate change to occur 10 times faster than recorded in past...

The planet is undergoing one of the largest changes in climate since the dinosaurs went extinct, but what might be even more troubling for...