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Brazil to review Paris Agreement status, says Bolsonaro environment minister

December 10, 2018
Brazil’s far right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro has picked a staunch ‘beef caucus’ ally to lead his environment department. Ricardo de Aquino Salles, a 43-year-old lawyer, recently won the backing of...

Protesters march as UN climate talks hit fossil fuel snag

December 9, 2018
Katowice: Thousands of people from around the world have marched through the southern Polish city that's hosting this year's UN climate talks, demanding that their governments take tougher action to...

Trump says Paris climate deal ‘isn’t working out’ for Paris, citing protests

December 8, 2018
President Trump railed against the Paris Climate Agreement on Saturday morning, claiming French citizens were protesting because they don’t want to pay “large sums of money, much to third world...

United States Is Now World’s Largest Oil and Gas Producer

December 8, 2018
The United States exported more crude oil than it imported last week, for the first time since 1943. The crossing over the threshold to energy independence was inevitable thanks to...

Twelve activists denied entry to Poland for UN climate summit, says campaign group

December 8, 2018
At least 12 climate activists due to attend Cop24 have been denied entry at the Polish border or deported, Climate Action Network (Can) claimed on Friday. Members of the network...

UK – Countryside becoming ‘lawless’, say experts, as Environment Agency cuts inspections by one third

December 8, 2018
Wildlife and rivers are under threat after the Environment Agency cut pollution inspections by a third in just four years, an investigation has found. Unearthed, Greenpeace's investigative unit, discovered that...

Licence To Kill. Wren, Bullfinch, Skylark, Oyster Catcher, Robin…..40 Species On Natural England’s Death List

December 8, 2018
Natural England have confirmed that they issued licences to shoot at least 40 species of birds between 2015 and 2018. The list of species makes for shocking reading and includes...

Global warming today mirrors conditions leading to Earth’s largest extinction event, UW study says

December 7, 2018
More than two-thirds of life on earth died off some 252 million years ago, in the largest mass extinction event in Earth’s history. Researchers have long suspected that volcanic eruptions...

Wales rules out new coal mines and restricts fracking in favour of renewables

December 6, 2018
Welsh Government's new Planning Policy sets stringent limits on new fossil fuel extraction but promotes renewables and EV charge points The Welsh Government has launched a renewed clean energy push...

UK – Met Office: Climate change made 2018 UK summer heatwave ‘30 times more likely’

December 6, 2018
This year’s summer heatwave, which saw temperature records broken across the UK, was made up to 30 times more likely by climate change, a new assessment says. A preliminary study...

Global Carbon Emissions Reached New High In 2018, Scientists Say

December 6, 2018
Global carbon emissions are expected to reach a record high this year, dashing hopes that such pollution could finally be coming to a standstill, according to an annual report released...

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