1 January 2023 saw records for the hottest January day ever recorded smashed in places across Europe. Read the Tweet thread HERE.
The call to restore nature is urgent and non-negotiable: the key time frame of 2020-30 is slowly lapsing and to effectively tackle both the biodiversity and the climate crises, it is fundamental not only to […]
New analysis sheds light on key industry lobbying tactics at a decisive moment for the future of agriculture Clare is a Researcher at Desmog, focusing on the agribusiness sector Cross-posted from DeSmog UK In the […]
Had we looked inwards rather than so aggressively outwards, we might live in a Pandora, not the last stages of the Anthropocene. Jonathan Cook is the the author of three books on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, […]
The Hanford Nuclear Site in the US remains a radioactive threat despite the final reactor being shutdown in 1987. Cross-posted from Counterpunch That the world hasn’t been the same since the ignition of the Atomic […]
Australia is the first major economy to reverse its classification for woody biomass burned to make energy. Under a new policy, wood harvested from native forests and burned for energy can’t be classified as a […]
Dissection of the recent and ‘historic’ biodiversity CoP15 agreement Victor Anderson is Visiting Professor, Global Sustainability Institute, Anglia Ruskin University Rupert Read teaches Philosophy at the University of East Anglia, UK. His new book, “Do […]
EU has ruled out establishing a biodiversity fund as part of the Cop15 deal, a key demand from some developing countries. Read the article HERE.
Planning is vitally necessary if the disasters of climate change, already with us, are to be mitigated and the planet is no longer degraded by greenhouse gas emissions. How planning by replacing the market would […]