Australia's spy agency predicted the climate crisis 40 years ago - and fretted about coal exports
The report was stamped CONFIDENTIAL twice on each page, with the customary warning it should "not be released to any other government except Britain, Canada, NZ and US".
Biden administration calls for hike in federal drilling fees in report that largely sidesteps climate issues
(CNN)The Department of the Interior on Friday released a long-awaited review of oil and gas drilling on federal lands and oceans that recommends an increase in leasing fees and consideration of environmental concerns in leasing decisions.
'Every tree counts': Amsterdam forest leads way with sapling donation plan
n a clearing in the Amsterdamse Bos, a forest on the outskirts of the Dutch capital, is a "tree hub" where hundreds of saplings, among them hazelnut, sweet cherry, field maple, beech, chestnut and ash, are organised by tree type.
Toronto on target to achieve its reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 | CBC News
The City of Toronto says it's on course to exceed its greenhouse gas emissions reduction target.
The city says its greenhouse gas emissions in 2019 were 38 per cent lower when compared with 1990.
Here's how far the Ford government is from hitting Ontario's climate change targets | CBC News
The Ford government is nowhere near on track to achieving its targets for cutting Ontario's greenhouse gas emissions, according to new internal forecasts that have never before been made public.
How to Talk to Your Family About Climate Change
Does the holiday season feel a bit to you this year? Well, it's not just that new sweater your grandma knit for you.
How Your Post-Thanksgiving Diet Could Help Save the Planet
As you tuck into your Thanksgiving dinner, the kick-off event (at least for Americans) of the holiday season, spare a thought for the planet's carbon waistline.
Analysis | Turning Green Into Gold Takes a Leap of Faith
The climate crisis has provoked a debate about whether asset managers should disinvest from the most polluting companies or use their influence as shareholders to persuade firms to curb their carbon emissions.
Men's meat-heavy diets cause 40% more climate emissions than women's, study finds
Men's meaty diets are responsible for 40% more climate-heating emissions than those of women, according to a UK study.