The UN has drafted a Paris-style agreement that focuses on curbing biodiversity loss by eliminating plastic pollution, reducing pesticide use by two-thirds, halving the rate of invasive species introduction, and eliminating £360bn of harmful environmental government subsidies a year.
Across UK cities, a meadows revolution is rising. City councils are letting the grass grow as a means to create ‘managed messiness’ for wildlife to thrive.
Conflict between people and animals, from China’s famed wandering elephants raiding farms for food and water to wolves preying on cattle in Idaho, is one of the main threats to the long-term survival of some of the world’s most iconic species, warns a new report from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the UN Environment Program (UNEP).
Accelerating the green energy transition could help grow the world’s economy by an additional 2.4pc over common expectations in the next decade, new analysis shows.
A plume of steam into Cornish air signals a breakthrough for a geothermal energy project in the south-west of Britain.
Oil and gas will continue to dominate Azerbaijan’s economy in the medium term, but the outlook for its fossil fuel exports is uncertain due to major importers’ net zero commitments.
With record-setting heat waves sweeping across the United States, a new study has revealed how unevenly and disproportionately trees are spread throughout cities in the US and how much it disadvantages communities of color and the poor.
This week, it was announced that the theme of the second annual International Day of Clear Air for blue skies, an occasion facilitated by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), will be “Healthy Air, Healthy Planet."
Uganda has today joined the Clean Seas Campaign, demonstrating the country’s commitment to curbing the flow of marine litter and plastic waste entering lakes, rivers, and the ocean.